Kansas State University National Agricultural Biosecurity Center received a $324,528 supplemental grant from the Department of Homeland Security for continuing development of the National Livestock Readiness Program to direct local or state animal disease outbreak planning and response. The NABC, the Kansas Department of Agriculture, state agricultural emergency response groups and industry representatives are also collaborating on a training curriculum to enhance emergency response coordinators' understanding of livestock and related industries.
Homeland Security awards grant to Kan. State biosecurity center
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