Admissions Policy for Farm Animals
- Special consideration for initial workup and housing locations should be given prior to unloading all animals with histories that suggest they may have a communicable disease (signs of viral respiratory disease, diarrhea, rabies, etc.).
- Animals with histories or physical signs strongly suggestive of a disease requiring restriction or isolation should be unloaded directly into the appropriate area, preventing possible contamination of central use areas.
- Grooming utensils for animals with dermatological problems must be kept at the individual's stall and cleaned and disinfected before being returned to general use