• Florida SART Planning Meeting

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    FDACS and partners work toward a 24-hour response time to the 10 most threatening livestock and animal diseases.

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    New rules about retail pet stores aim to close gap in former coverage by including Internet sites.

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    Annually, more than 50 million head of domestic and imported cattle and calves are marketed and transported in the U.S.

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SART is a multi-agency coordination group consisting of governmental and private entities dedicated to strengthening all-hazard disaster capabilities through partnerships. Florida SART will support an effective and coordinated incident response for the animal and agricultural sectors in the State of Florida.

SARC Dusky Gives LECALE Program Update

Dr. Joan Dusky, UF/IFAS presented an update on the LECALE Program at the recent SART Advisory Board meeting. The Livestock Education and Certification for Agricultural Law Enforcement Program was initiated by IFAS and the Florida Farm Bureau in response to requests by law enforcement officers for additional training in large animal issues. More ...

SART 2015 Planning MeetingSART 2015 Planning Meeting

The seminar and workshop agenda for the 4th SART Planning Meeting is crafted around the theme SART – Turning Visions into Action. Schedule attendance and book a room soon. More ...

New Florida State VeterinarianHurricane Damage Report – A Scary Forecast

A recent publication by the Swiss Reinsurance corporation, based on damage from the 1821 Norfolk and Long Island hurricane and 2012's Hurricane Sandy, predicts that damage to the U.S. East Coast from a hurricane similar to that of 1821 could result in losses as high as $150 billion dollars. More ...

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