ANIMAL DISEASE TRACEABILITY
SUMMARY OF PROGRAM REVIEWS AND PROPOSED DIRECTIONS FROM STATE-FEDERAL WORKING GROUP
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This report provides a brief overview of the ADT framework and summarizes the reports prepared and the reviews conducted to evaluate its overall impact on animal disease traceability. Feedback obtained from industry stakeholders, and State and Federal animal health officials during extensive outreach efforts in 2017 provides details on the progress of ADT, successes, and challenges or problematic areas of the initial framework. A State and Federal working group with substantial experience and knowledge of animal disease traceability comprehensively reviewed stakeholder feedback and prepared the preliminary proposals contained in this report. Members of the working group presented a preliminary draft of these proposals at the Traceability Forum hosted by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) and the United States Animal Health Association (USAHA) in Denver, Colorado on September 26 and 27, 2017
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