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A national education and certification program that aims to help pig farmers and their employees use best practices to promote food safety.
K-State extension site with information on the agricultural economy.
Mirrors the content of the industry's adult PQA Plus® program, but presents it in a format more conducive to a younger audience.
Youth in Animal Agriculture: Excellence in Exhibition
Free course that teaches youth how to keep them and their animals safe and healthy.
Voluntary continuity of business planning to prepare and request a movement permit in the face of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), classical swine fever (CSF), or African swine fever (ASF) in the United States.
Training modules hosted by the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) that educate on how to conduct standardized epidemiological investigations in the event of a swine disease emergency.
Kansas Agriculture Emergency Response Corps
New volunteer corps comprised of volunteers who will be trained and prepared to respond rapidly and efficiently to an agricultural emergency.
Animal Disease Emergencies: Understanding the Response Course
Interactive, awareness-level online course for anyone involved in an animal disease response affecting livestock or poultry. Cost: $100.