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Route of Entry Video Part 2 – Hindi Handout

प्राथमिक चिकित्सा और लेबल
19. चिकित्सा सहायता की प्रतीक्षा करते समय पीड़ित की मदद के लिए प्र…

Route of Entry Video Part 1 – Hindi Handout

एक्सपोजर और लक्षण
1. ऐसे चार प्राथमिक तरीके हैं जिनमें आप कीटनाशकों से प्रभावित हो सकते हैं, …

Feeding Damaged Hay

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Even if hay was not submerged in water, heavy rains will likely decrease the quality of hay stored outside or on the grou…

Damage to Hay

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Document all losses of hay as soon as it is safe to do so.
Take photos of bales or the place where…

Salvaging/Loss of Feedstuffs

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Feed that farmers had on hand (including commercial feed and harvested commodities) may be covered by the ELAP program. Farmers…

Pastures

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Flooded pastures will likely be severely affected.
Winter annuals that were seeded before the flood and are relatively short…

Livestock That Died As a Result of A Storm Event

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

An unfortunate consequence of owning and raising livestock is the inevitable death of some animals, despite even the best animal husb…

Physical Damage to Fences and Grazing Lands

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Removal of debris, repair of land, and repair of fences may be covered by the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP).
Th…

Maintaining Health of Grazing Livestock

*This is an excerpt of Animal, Forage, and Feed Management Following a Flood Event, ANR-2536.

Death loss as a result of a storm needs to be documented with photos and reported to the FSA as part of an application to…

Route of Entry Video Part 2 – Spanish Handout

Primeros Auxilios y la Etiqueta
19. Brinde asistencia de primeros auxilios a la víctima mientras espera la ayuda médica. Si usted está solo, asegúrese de que la persona respire y que no siga expuesta al pesticida antes de llamar para p…

Route of Entry Video Part 1 – Spanish Handout

Exposición y Síntomas
 

1. Hay cuatro formas básicas de exposición a los pesticidas: por la piel (dérmica), por los ojos (ocular), por los pulmones (inhalación) y por la boca (oral).

2. El 97% de toda exposición se da a t…

Route of Entry Video Part 2 – English Handout

First-Aid and the Label
19. Administer first aid to help the victim while waiting for medical help. If you are alone, make sure they are breathing and no longer exposed to the pesticide before you call for help. Protect yourself before and…

Route of Entry Video Part 1 – English Handout

Exposure and Symptoms
1. There are four primary ways you can be exposed to pesticides, skin (dermal), eyes (ocular), lungs (inhalation), and mouth (oral).

2. 97% off all exposure is through the skin. Parts of the body differ in their ab…

Route of Entry Video – Glossary

Route of Entry Video – Glossary
Absorbent: The movement of a chemical into plants, animals (including humans), microorganisms, or soil.

Active ingredient: The chemical or chemicals in a product responsible for pesticidal activity.

Ac…