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Modern On-Farm Preparedness (All 6 Sessions) - January 23 - February 27, 2020


Modern On-Farm Preparedness (All 6 Sessions) - January 23 - February 27, 2020

  • Thursday, January 23, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Six sessions created to help farms prepare for modern situations

- Jan 23: Urgent Situations (on-farm)

Be prepared for a fire, weather emergency or barn damage.

1-4 pm (location TBD)

- Jan 30: F.A.R.M 4.0 Update (live webinar)

The F.A.R.M. program is evolving as farmers implement the program. Learn about how farmers have used and gained benefits and how you can use the F.A.R.M. program.

1-2 pm (location TBD)

- Feb 6: Activists (live webinar)

This session will address several aspects of dealing with activists, including good hiring practices, available resources for support, and a plan of who to contact if something happens on your farm. Learn how to talk about videos taken on other farms and how to prepare your employees for these events

1-2 pm (location TBD)

- Feb 13: Social Media (on-farm)

How to respond to negative comments on farm pages. Resources to tap into and people you can call for effective responses.

1-4 pm (location TBD)

- Feb 20: Disease Outbreaks & Biosecurity (live webinar)

Do you have a plan in place if there is a disease outbreak on the farm? Dr Melanie Hemenway, State Veterinarian, will provide concrete steps to deal with disease outbreaks and make biosecurity recommendations for prevention.

1-2 pm (location TBD)

- Feb 27: On Farm Safety - Prevention, Prevention, Prevention (on-farm)

Accidents happen, but this session will focus on prevention and also address accident response.

1-4 pm (location TBD)

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$50.00 all six sessions (additional attendee $50.00 ea.)

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Last updated December 4, 2019