Contingency Plan Guides

Whether you have livestock on a farm or animals in an urban setting, there may come a time when you or family members are unable to care for them. Or you may want to just take a vacation, and need someone to feed and water them for a few days…
Regardless, who would come onto the farm or yard to take care of your animals if that were to  happen?
To help alleviate this potential problem, the University of Minnesota Extension Livestock Team has created a set of contingency plan templates, that you can use as a guide to create a detailed guide for providing husbandry for your animals.
There are contingency plan forms for cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry, horses, and Bees. You can find the forms at: