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Controlled and restricted areas are established.
Access to the production zones is restricted.
Cleaning and disinfecting units for boots at every entrance to the production buildings.
Written, practical biosecurity plan is available.
The biosecurity plan is monitored, reviewed and updated according to the current situation.
Biosecurity workflow patterns are followed (from young to old, from healthy to sick).
Different animal categories are kept in segregated areas.
Visitors are controlled and guided.
Dedicated outwear and footwear is provided to visitors, which is also maintained and stored correctly.
Essential transport vehicles entering the production zone follow strict cleaning and disinfecting protocols. No sharing transport vehicles between farms.
Animal feed is sourced from a quality-assured supplier; storage secured.
Water quality meets human potable standards and tested regularly.
Bedding materials are sourced from a quality-assured supplier; storage secured.
Buildings are in a good shape, repaired and secured.
Pest management program is applied and followed strictly both inside and outside the buildings.
Written manure management plan for the farm; manure deposit over 500m away from the farm.
Protocols and practices established for sick and dead animals. Sick animal waste should be treated as high risk materials.
Downtimes between production cycles are optimized and controlled.
Create written cleaning and disinfection program.
Antibiotics and drugs
Before placing of animals
Control of incoming animals/products
Distinct segregation between stables/productions
Feed and beddings
Hindrance of entry
Location of farm
Maintenance of buildings and outdoor areas
Rules for employees