We usually get a little bit of warning before a natural disaster strikes. Most likely, every time you turn on the television before a storm there will be a storm warning blinking at the bottom of the screen. No one knows what will happen during the storm, but everyone can be prepared for the after affects. Farmers should be prepared for downed trees, electricity outages, flooding, shelter damage, or contaminated water sources. Planning and preparation for these events can limit your damage and losses.
Click on the links below to find some information on how to stay one step ahead of the game:
NFPA Barn Safety Checklist
PASART Emergency Preparedness Guidelines for Livestock July 2012.pdf