The Center for Animal Health and Food Safety (CAHFS) plays a key role in protecting people from animal diseases and food-borne illnesses. Since its inception in 2001, CAHFS has responded to emerging animal health, public health, and food safety issues by partnering with local, national and international stakeholders to improve food safety and public health. High-quality work that is based on interdisciplinary engagement and responsiveness to the issues at hand are the hallmark of CAHFS.
The Changing Agriculture Workforce
CAHFS is co-leading a one-day Finding Common Ground Forum on the Changing Agriculture Workforce: Challenges and opportunities for the worker, the employer, and the community. Register Now More Information
CAHFS Partner FAO Brings One Health to Uganda
FAO's new video entitled Our Livestock are our Mother: Doing Community One Health in Kaabong, Uganda, explores how how the concept of One Health can be implemented at a community level. FAO is a strategic partner of CAHFS, and both have worked to improve animal health and food safety in Uganda. Warning: This video contains some images that may not be appropriate for all viewers.
Anthrax... Did You Know?
Anthrax has been reported worldwide and in nearly every state in the United States, and is a major national security concern. Minnesota’s last reported human case was in 1953. Click here for more.
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