Collaboration Between Extension and Industry: Coordination and Assessment of Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue Training
Rescuing large animals from emergency situations can be fraught with dangers not only to the animals but also to the rescuers. People involved at the scene of such an emergency are most likely to include first responders, horse owners, and veterinarians. These groups need to be aware of how they can best work together to effect a safe and efficient rescue as none typically has all the knowledge and skills that are necessary. Extension training programs that bring together such groups can be beneficial in supporting emergency and disaster preparedness in the local community.
Porr, C. S., Shultz, A. M., Gimenez, R., & Splan, R. K. (2016). Collaboration Between Extension and Industry: Coordination and Assessment of Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue Training. The Journal of Extension, 54(1), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol54/iss1/16