Bird flu outbreaks among flocks, pig disease outbreaks like African swine fever.
We see this in the news frequently enough. Have you ever wondered what is done with the carcasses of the dead and culled animals on livestock farms and how well do these methods protect the public health?
Joining me today to shed some light on the safe management of carcasses is Gary Flory. Gary is the Agricultural Program Manager with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.
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