Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) General Resources

This page is a one-stop shop for everything from best practices of biosecurity on your farm, contact information for permits, HPAI tracking dashboards and information about the Avian Influenza status.

To view previously hosted webinars with experts speaking about the HPAI situation, please feel free to check out our YouTube playlist here!

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Get agriculture, food and rural info with ONE number

OMAFRA has a contact centre to help you get the information you need: 1-877-424-1300

Responding to farm, agri-business and rural business inquiries.

With experience and backgrounds in agriculture and agri-business, the centre's agents are available to answer questions, provide information to help you make decisions, and if needed, put you in touch with one of our experts.

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 Daily & Weekly Updates

Small Flock Webinars

HPAI Small Flock Webinars

 Join us every Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm to hear from industry experts and stay informed on keeping your flock safe.

REGISTER HERE

Be sure to opt into the Small Flock list serve to receive notices of the recording and ongoing communications related to the HPAI situation.

Tuesday October 4th:

HPAI—what to look for, how to identify it, how to prevent it in your flock (biosecurity). Emergency preparedness & planning (fire, flood, etc).

Each session will also feature a live Q&A with presenters.

 

 Last week's recording:

 

Commercial flocks

Feather Board Command  Centre (FBCC)

Daily meetings (starting October 3rd only on Monday, Wednesday and Friday) designed for farmers who are in the zone(s) and industry personnel that conduct business within/through the zone(s). For more information, please contact the FBCC team directly via their website fbcc.ca

Small flock stakeholders are also invited to register with their email to receive updates.