Routine Biosecurity Measures for On-site Farm Visits or Other Livestock Concentration Points

Biological security measures are becoming standard in many agricultural sectors. These controls, meant to minimize the risk of disease introduction and spread, can vary greatly according to operation and type of site visit. To address concerns from farm owners/producers, USDA personnel must take steps to ensure a reasonable level of biosecurity protection. Often, owners/producers may have more stringent biosecurity measures, and those should be followed instead.