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A receiving checklist on arrival programs

Amanda Nolz
Photo by Amanda NolzMike Apley, DVM, Kansas State University

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Although the media and the general public don’t always realize it, producing safe, affordable food is a highly skilled job. And, the first task of those responsible for producing this food is to maintain optimal health in the animal. To keep track of the many illnesses and diseases that could wreak havoc on that goal, producers should develop guidelines and checklists to follow from year to year.

Kansas State University’s Mike Apley, DVM, offered sound advice to producers in developing that checklist. He provided good ideas for putting together a receiving checklist and making key decisions in arrival programs.

Although the media and the general public don’t always realize it, producing safe, affordable food is a highly skilled job. And, the first task of those responsible for producing this food is to maintain optimal health in the animal. To keep track of the many illnesses and diseases that could wreak havoc on that goal, producers should develop guidelines and checklists to follow from year to year.

Kansas State University’s Mike Apley, DVM, offered sound advice to producers in developing that checklist. He provided good ideas for putting together a receiving checklist and making key decisions in arrival programs.

Although the media and the general public don’t always realize it, producing safe, affordable food is a highly skilled job. And, the first task of those responsible for producing this food is to maintain optimal health in the animal. To keep track of the many illnesses and diseases that could wreak havoc on that goal, producers should develop guidelines and checklists to follow from year to year.

Kansas State University’s Mike Apley, DVM, offered sound advice to producers in developing that checklist. He provided good ideas for putting together a receiving checklist and making key decisions in arrival programs.

Although the media and the general public don’t always realize it, producing safe, affordable food is a highly skilled job. And, the first task of those responsible for producing this food is to maintain optimal health in the animal. To keep track of the many illnesses and diseases that could wreak havoc on that goal, producers should develop guidelines and checklists to follow from year to year.

Kansas State University’s Mike Apley, DVM, offered sound advice to producers in developing that checklist. He provided good ideas for putting together a receiving checklist and making key decisions in arrival programs.


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