Information on avian influenza. (Source: Purdue EDEN)
EDEN Issue Page on Agrosecurity
Since September 11, 2001, U.S. citizens have a better understanding of our vulnerability and the ongoing need to secure key assets and sectors of our economy from intentional attack. One of the sectors ofter overlooked is agriculture. This site discusses how to prepare for such an event and how to preotect your farm.
Rural Security Planning: Protecting Family, Friends and Farm (PDF)
Learn what you should do to protect yourself, your family, and your property. This resource provides information on how to prepare emergency documentation, on possible security threats to your farm, and on how to report security events to authorities. (Source: Purdue Extension)
Carcass Disposal: A comprehensive review (PDF)
Regulatory Issues and Cooperation
(Source: Kansas State University)
An introduction into Incident Command
The Purdue Extension Agrosecurity Team (PEAT) provides an introduction to ICS 100 and shows how you can get certified.