Georgia to track animal diseases

Omahen, Sharon
April 2004
Southeast Farm Press;4/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p27
Trade Publication
Reports on the incorporation of Reportable Animal Disease System (RADS) into Georgia Agricultural Information Sharing and Analysis Center network for tracking animal diseases. Use of RADS by farmers to report animal diseases; Accessibility of the system through the Web; Creation of RADS by Georgia Division of Public Health; Need for maintaining the health and economic viability of the U.S. animal agriculture for safety of food supply; Confinement of foreign animal disease outbreaks by the use of federal system.


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