Preventing Zoonotic Diseases During Farm Visits and Public Animal Settings – June 21, 2018, Sioux Falls, SD

SD One Health Zoonotic Disease Prevention During Farm Visits: Flier

This South Dakota One Health session examined important disease issues in people that could arise from their contact with farm animals in settings such as farm visits, petting zoos, and other public animal events.

 

Recording of entire seminar

 

Seminar presentations:

1_Enteric zoonoses in South Dakota_An overview (J. Clayton, SD DOH)

2_Enteric and other zoonoses from a clinical standpoint (J. Hsu, USD Sanford)

3_Enteric and other zoonoses associated with goats (J. Scheftel, MN DOH)

4_Welcoming the public to a dairy farm_Royalwood-Dairy (D. Ode)

5_Educating the public about livestock production_Pipestone Discovery Center (S. Wolters)

6_Regulations and permitting for public animal exhibits in SD (T. Tedrow, SD AIB)

7_Recommendations for reducing influenza risk at swine shows (J. Scheftel, MN DOH)

8_Educational efforts for agritourism and farm visits in Minnesota (C. Klumb, MN DOH)

 

Resources:

Compendium of Measures to Prevent Disease Associated with Animals in Public Settings (and Toolkit)

Have Fun on the Farm Flier – MN DOH

Have Fun when the Farm Comes to You Flier – MN DOH

Agritourism Best Practices Check List – MN DOH

Agritourism resources from UMASH – Includes Safer FACES training info

 

 

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