Lesson 6: Co-Existing With Birds and Making Farms Safe

May
25
Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 11:00 AM
Online

The Role of Birds on the Farm Course: Lesson 6 - Co-Existing With Birds and Making Farms Safe

Presenters: Dr. Olivia Smith - Michigan State University Rachael Long - UCANR & Jo Ann Baumgartner - WFA

Start Time is 11:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time

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Upon successfully completing this lesson, participants will be able to:

  • Explain livestock situations that are bigger or smaller risks of being¬†sources of pathogens for birds, which could then be deposited on food.
  • Give reasons why birds are likely to be a lower food safety risk when farms are in areas with abundant natural habitat.
  • Evaluate farm situations (telephone wires, etc.) where birds are more likely to cause contamination.
  • Share reasons why habitats like hedgerows do not have a greater risk of food borne pathogens than the crop itself.


Photograph by Olivia Smith

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