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WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB
WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN
YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS
OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES
Sco...
POTENTIAL DISASTERS
 Animals

Suffer in
Disasters, Even if
People Do Not.
 Understanding Their
Risks and Yours is
Crucia...
UNDERSTANDING ANIMALS IN DISASTER
Disaster Usually
Disorients Animals,
 Often Disaster Panics
Animals,
 Panicked Animals...
BEFORE ANIMALS ARE IMPACTED
Have a “Go” box with
ownership
papers, emergency
feed, handling
equipment, and First
Aid suppl...
BEFORE ANIMALS ARE IMPACTED
Have the equipment you
need to move animals –
and backup plans!
 Make sure your animals
have ...
THE “GO” BOX INCLUDES:
Ownership Papers &
Photos,
 Concentrated Feed,
 Buckets & pans,
 Ropes, leashes, halters
, & too...
PRACTICE BEFORE PROBLEMS
Have equipment to move!
Or have access to it!
 Have a predetermined
destination,
 Practice load...
DURING DISASTERS
Stay Tuned!
 Stay Safe!
 Get Help/Move Early
 Be Ready For Panic!
 Communicate Your
Plans to Others,
...
DURING DISASTERS
Take care of yourself –
without you animals
are at greater risk!
 Get Help!
 Report Your Actions to
Aut...
DURING DISASTERS
Know your species
reaction to the specific
type of disaster!
 Do not leave gear on
animals left on scene...
AFTER DISASTERS
Secure animals in a
safe zone where you
can check them,
 Communicate with
animal emergency
coordinators,
...
AFTER DISASTERS
Verify animal
ownership with
officials.
 Assess damages if
any, report them!
 Address health issues,
 P...
AFTER DISASTERS
Handle animals quietly
and calmly!
 Check safety at all
scenes before entering
with animals,
 Clean anim...
AFTER DISASTERS
Get Animals Back To
normal ASAP, safely!
 Re-acclimatize your
animals,
 Verify shelter, food, and
water ...
RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE


Caring for Livestock
Before, During and After
Disasters –
www.EDEN/lsu.edu,



Strengthening C...
WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB
WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN
YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS
OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES
Sco...
WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB
WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN
YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS
OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES

QU...
DISASTERS

www.extension.org/disasters
FLOODS

www.extension.org/floods
DROUGHT RESOURCES

www.extension.org/drought_resources
FACEBOOK

www.facebook.com/edenfb
TWITTER

www.twitter.com/edentweets
YOUTUBE

www.youtube.com/edenvideos
PINTEREST

www.pinterest.com/edenpins
THING 4: WE ARE LEARNING

learn.extension.org
ON-LINE COURSES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE

campus.extension.org
WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB
WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN
YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS
OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES

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    1. 1. WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES Scott Cotton Extension Educator and EDEN Delegate, Agro-Security University of Nebraska Lincoln scotton2@unlnotes.unl.edu @UNLRanchTeach
    2. 2. POTENTIAL DISASTERS  Animals Suffer in Disasters, Even if People Do Not.  Understanding Their Risks and Yours is Crucial.  Think About Which Disasters Are Likely In Your Area – Plan For Those!  Purdue.edu photo.
    3. 3. UNDERSTANDING ANIMALS IN DISASTER Disaster Usually Disorients Animals,  Often Disaster Panics Animals,  Panicked Animals Generate Challenges,  Plan for the Unusual Behavior!  North Carolina State photo
    4. 4. BEFORE ANIMALS ARE IMPACTED Have a “Go” box with ownership papers, emergency feed, handling equipment, and First Aid supplies.  Have an 2 escape routes and a known disaster destination.  Practice the move! 
    5. 5. BEFORE ANIMALS ARE IMPACTED Have the equipment you need to move animals – and backup plans!  Make sure your animals have ID! And you!  BE SAFE!  Take their Comfort items! 
    6. 6. THE “GO” BOX INCLUDES: Ownership Papers & Photos,  Concentrated Feed,  Buckets & pans,  Ropes, leashes, halters , & tools,  Medicines, Vet info., First Aid supplies,  Portable radio,  Bedding if needed,  Flashlights,  Garden hose & tarp,  Reflective taping & markers,  Coat & boots,  Portable pen or fencing if possible. 
    7. 7. PRACTICE BEFORE PROBLEMS Have equipment to move! Or have access to it!  Have a predetermined destination,  Practice loading for the animals benefit,  Know animals will be nervous! 
    8. 8. DURING DISASTERS Stay Tuned!  Stay Safe!  Get Help/Move Early  Be Ready For Panic!  Communicate Your Plans to Others,  Mark Your Animals,  Check Route Safety! 
    9. 9. DURING DISASTERS Take care of yourself – without you animals are at greater risk!  Get Help!  Report Your Actions to Authorities,  Do Not Enter Risk Zones Against Official Mandates. 
    10. 10. DURING DISASTERS Know your species reaction to the specific type of disaster!  Do not leave gear on animals left on scene.  Do not tie animals together.  Know where they are!  Move to Safety! 
    11. 11. AFTER DISASTERS Secure animals in a safe zone where you can check them,  Communicate with animal emergency coordinators,  Plan for short and longterm alternatives. 
    12. 12. AFTER DISASTERS Verify animal ownership with officials.  Assess damages if any, report them!  Address health issues,  Plan to recover. 
    13. 13. AFTER DISASTERS Handle animals quietly and calmly!  Check safety at all scenes before entering with animals,  Clean animals of disaster, smoke, and debris. 
    14. 14. AFTER DISASTERS Get Animals Back To normal ASAP, safely!  Re-acclimatize your animals,  Verify shelter, food, and water sources!  Plan to respond better in the next scenario! 
    15. 15. RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE  Caring for Livestock Before, During and After Disasters – www.EDEN/lsu.edu,  Strengthening Community AgroSecurity Preparedness – www.EDEN.lsu.edu.  FEMA Animal Emergencies – www.fema.gov/fema/anemer.ht m.  Red Cross Pets Guidelines – www.redcross.org/disaster/safe ty/pets.html.  Animal Co-Housing – www.Petswelcome.com.  Scott Cotton, M.S. CPRM. Extension Educator University of Nebraska EDEN Delegate 250 Main St., Suite 8 Chadron, NE 69337 (308)432-3373 Scotton2@unl.edu @UNLRanchTeach
    16. 16. WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES Scott Cotton Extension Educator and EDEN Delegate, Agro-Security University of Nebraska Lincoln scotton2@unlnotes.unl.edu @UNLRanchTeach
    17. 17. WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES QUESTIONS? RECORDING OF THIS WEBINAR CAN BE FOUND AT LEARN.EXTENSION.ORG/EVENTS/1236
    18. 18. DISASTERS www.extension.org/disasters
    19. 19. FLOODS www.extension.org/floods
    20. 20. DROUGHT RESOURCES www.extension.org/drought_resources
    21. 21. FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/edenfb
    22. 22. TWITTER www.twitter.com/edentweets
    23. 23. YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/edenvideos
    24. 24. PINTEREST www.pinterest.com/edenpins
    25. 25. THING 4: WE ARE LEARNING learn.extension.org
    26. 26. ON-LINE COURSES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE campus.extension.org
    27. 27. WHAT YOU SHOULD GRAB WHAT TO GRAB WHEN THERE IS SMOKE IN YOUR NOSTRILS, A HOWLING IN YOUR EARS OR WATER TO YOUR ANKLES THANK YOU RECORDING OF THIS WEBINAR CAN BE FOUND AT LEARN.EXTENSION.ORG/EVENTS/1236
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