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Prompting Preparedness: Farm Animals and Livestock

Fires, blizzards and floods are common risks in agricultural communities across Alberta. By being prepared, you can protect your farm animals, livestock and property so you can overcome these unexpected situations as quickly as possible.

  • Know the risks: Identify hazards to reduce the impact of sudden events on your farm. 🚜 
  • Make a plan: A comprehensive plan can help you respond effectively, protect your animals and property, and help you cope with the stress of an emergency. 📋
  • Stay informed: Understand when to stay and when to go. Authorities may direct you to shelter in place or evacuate. Follow all directions promptly, as situations can change rapidly. 📢

Learn more about farm animals and livestock preparedness or watch the video below.

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