Disaster Preparedness

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wildfire losses; wildfire, wildfire tips for horse owners

Surviving Natural Disasters With Your Horse

Do you have a plan in place for your horses if wildfires, tornadoes, floods, or hurricanes strike in your area? Learn how to prepare for the worst-case natural disaster scenarios during our live event.

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Before You Volunteer at a Disaster Site

If you choose to volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation, there are a number of very important factors to consider before loading up and leaving, even if the destination is local.

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When Disaster Strikes

When Disaster Strikes

After a tornado, fire, or other disaster hits your farm, how would you respond and rebuild? Here’s what to remember.

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Emergency Horse Care

Use this form to give your horses’ caretakers the info they need in case you have to evacuate without your horses.

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AAEP Foundation

Horse Farm Disaster Preparedness

Disaster plans should account for the unusual and unexpected, including loss of communications, loss of electricity, lack of personnel, and transportation limitations due to blocked roads.

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