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Kansas to conduct agriculture preparedness exercise

Exercise to focus on state’s plan to respond to foreign animal disease

The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) will lead an emergency preparedness exercise on Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness Exercise  on Oct. 9-10, in Manhattan at the Biosecurity Research Institute, 1041 Pat Roberts Hall.
to practice the state’s response plan to a foreign animal disease.
The two-day functional exercise, which will be based out of the Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) on K-State’s main campus, will enable KDA and its partners in neighboring states, other state agencies, federal and local government, industry and universities to practice the state’s foreign animal disease response plan. More than 200 individuals will participate in ...


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