Crisis and Adverse Events Overview
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When a crisis hits your dairy farm, this page guides you on immediate actions. First, ensure everyone's safety, including your animals. Keep communication tools ready and functional. Monitor your power situation and have backup plans. Check your feed stock, assess any building damages, and ensure transport routes are clear. Collaborate with neighbours and always have emergency contacts at hand. Stay informed and act swiftly. Below you’ll find a checklist to print in the case of an emergency.
Information to help you prepare your business for adverse events and overcome them.
What are your immediate, top priorities in a crisis? You may not have time to search the web in a crisis situation, so print this out now and put it somewhere handy.
Compile your own list here:
||0800 656 568|
|DairyNZ:||0800 4 324 7969|
|Dead stock collection/burial contractors:|
|Federated Farmers:||0800 327 6464|
|Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF)|
|Rural Support Trust:
||0508 376 8448|