The National Agricultural Biosecurity Center at Kansas State University is offering three training sessions to teach emergency responders how to handle a high-consequence animal disease outbreak. "Animal disease response training is a unique opportunity for all of these different individuals to meet each other and learn about the roles they play in a potential disease outbreak," said veterinarian Amy Schaffer.
Kan. State offering animal disease response training
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