Biosecurity protocols are very important to safeguard animal health, food safety, environment, and the economy. Everyone working with livestock and poultry needs to be properly trained on executing biosecurity procedures, and be reminded of the potential of disease outbreak.

New: USDA NADPRP Funded Project for 2021-2023!

University of Missouri Extension will develop a mobile educational trailer for biosecurity and emergency management outreach and demonstrate on-farm mortality composting. Project includes workshops and webinars to educate and motivate producers to improve biosecurity protocols; it expands on successful work developed by UM Extension, MO Dept of Agriculture and Department of Resources, USDA APHIS, and USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service.

MU Faculty Collaborating on This Outreach Program

Teng Lim,

Corinne Bromfield,

Raymond Massey,

Joseph Zulovich,

Craig Payne,

Students, visiting scholars, and faculty with research and collaborative interests are encouraged to contact Teng.