Are you prepared for a livestock-related emergency? How would you respond?
The Animal Health Emergency Management Project (AHEM) is equipping the Canadian livestock industry with awareness, understanding, and resilience in emergency preparedness.
One of the ways it’s doing that is by providing producer handbooks that outline important considerations and actions for emergency situations.
In December 2021, AHEM released updates to those producer handbooks, including one for Alberta’s beef cattle sector.
Download the handbook today, and start working through it with the personnel on your operation:
To see more of the Animal Health Emergency Management producer handbooks (including goats, sheep, equine, pigs and dairy cattle), and a customizable workbook, head to ‘Resources,’ on the Animal Health Emergency Management Project website.
AHEM is a four-year initiative funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership’s AgriAssurance Program.
The Alberta Beef Cattle Sector Handbook is supported by Alberta Beef Producers.