Animal Health

Animal health prevention and control plans

Animal health prevention and control plans are strategies created to protect the health of animals and prevent the spread of diseases. These plans can include vaccinations, quarantines, inspections, and biosecurity protocols to prevent infectious agents from entering animal populations. They can also include routine health checks, parasite control, nutrition plans, and other strategies to ensure optimal health for the animals.




Reduced stocking denisty

Friendly housing conditions for livestock refers to the necessary elements to safely and humanely housing and care for animals on farms, such as providing adequate living space, access to clean food and water, and protection from the elements. This would include making sure the animals have adequate shelter, are not overcrowded, and have proper ventilation. Additionally, friendly housing conditions for livestock would include access to medical care and vaccination, as well as making sure the animals are not subjected to inhumane treatment.




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Project interval: 1 November 2021 / 31 October 2024
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