Form AH-JD-2538 "Goat Risk Assessment and Herd Management Plan" - Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
PO Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911
Phone: 608-224-4872
Fax:608-224-4871
GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
JohnesGoat
This guidance document is based on Wis. Stat. ch. 95 and chapter(s) ATCP 10 Wis. Admin. Code. This document is intended solely as guidance, and does
not contain any mandatory requirements except where requirements found in statute or administrative rule are referenced. This guidance does not
establish or affect legal rights or obligations, and is not finally determinative of any of the issues addressed.
Form for Johne’s disease goat risk assessment and herd management plans.
Darlene M. Konkle
11/24/2020
Dr. Darlene Konkle - Adminstrator Division of Animal Health
DATE
Contributors:
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health
PO Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911
Phone: 608-224-4872
Fax:608-224-4871
GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
JohnesGoat
This guidance document is based on Wis. Stat. ch. 95 and chapter(s) ATCP 10 Wis. Admin. Code. This document is intended solely as guidance, and does
not contain any mandatory requirements except where requirements found in statute or administrative rule are referenced. This guidance does not
establish or affect legal rights or obligations, and is not finally determinative of any of the issues addressed.
Form for Johne’s disease goat risk assessment and herd management plans.
Darlene M. Konkle
11/24/2020
Dr. Darlene Konkle - Adminstrator Division of Animal Health
DATE
Contributors:
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Division of Animal Health, Bureau of Animal Disease Control
PO Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911 Phone: (608) 224-4872
Goat Risk Assessment and Herd Management Plan
Secs. ATCP 10.19 and 10.75, Wis. Adm. Code
Information provided for the Johne's disease control program is CONFIDENTIAL as provided under Wis. Stat. s. 95.232. However, personally identifiable
information as defined under Wis. Stat. s. 19.62(5), which has been provided to the department for licensure or other purposes, may be subject to inspection
under Wisconsin’s Open Records Law, Wis. Stat. ss.19.21-19.39.
Upon request, this application can be made accessible to persons with disabilities.
1. Goat Herd Information and Owner Goals
Herd Owner/Legal Entity name:
Date:
Address:
Premises ID:
Vet name / Clinic
Names of herd management team (decision-makers, employees):
1.
2.
3.
Current goat herd inventory:
# Does _____
# Kids _____
# Bucks _____
Total goats ______
Other animal enterprises on premises? (include species, number)
1.
2.
3.
Farm Goals and Priorities
Describe short and longer-term goals/priorities. Consider herd size, health, performance.
Facilities, management, family life, environmental issues. Milk/meat/fiber quality and markets.
Short-term (this year):
Long term (3-5 years):
Farm Goals and Priorities (cont.)
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Current source(s) of herd replacements:
Future source(s) of replacements:
Animals raised elsewhere that return to the farm (number, ages)?
Goats boarded part time at this farm (number, ages)?
Herd health improvements you are making or plan to make:
Do you plan to be in the goat industry during the next 10 years?
Other notes:
2. Current Herd Health Status and Concerns
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Milk Quality and Udder Health information
Reproduction information
Bulk Milk SCC
Heat Detection Rate
Bacteria Count/SPC
Conception Rate or S/C
Clinical Mastitis (cases per mo.)
Preg. Rate
Bacterial pathogens cultured
Herd Avg. DIM
Abortions/year
Natural Service or AI?
Culling information
Cull Rate % :
st
% 1
kid does:
Culling Reasons (Rank by occurrence)
Mastitis
Reproduction
Lameness
Other Disease
Metabolic disease
Injury
Low Production
Other
Adult infectious disease incidence
Kid disease incidence
1=low, 2=med, 3=high, 4=unknown
1=low, 2=med, 3=high, 4=unknown
Johne’s disease
CLA
Septicemia/navel ill
CAE
Pneumonia
Reproductive disease
Scours (list pathogens below)
Respiratory disease
Acute deaths
Weak/down
Salmonella
Other
Other
Pre-wean mortality last 12 mos.
Avg. Age at kidding
Check the colostrum-feeding program that best characterizes your operation.
___Feed one doe’s colostrum to one kid.
___Feed colostrum pooled from two or more does.
Doe’s colostrum nursed by kid.
___
Periparturient diseases incidence
Other Health Concerns:
1=low, 2=med, 3=high, 4=unknown
Toxemia
Milk fever
Dystocia/prolapse
Mastitis
Other
Current vaccination program
Adults:
Kids:
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3. Herd Risk / History of Johne’s disease
1. How long has the herd been here?
2. How was it assembled?
3. Percent of the current herd born on the premises?
____ %
Purchased? ___ %
4. Percent of the herd born here, raised elsewhere?
____ %
Were those animals commingled with animals from other farms? Yes
No
st
5. When was the 1
case of Johne’s disease, if any?
Its age / source ?
6. What was the youngest case
?
(age, date, source)
Clinical case worksheet – list most recent first, back to initial case
ID
Date died Age
Source herd
Offspring IDs still in herd
:
Tally for the last 12 months:
Number of cases in age range
(months)
Johne’s Tally
<12
12 - 24 24-36
> 36
Total
Herd percent
Clinical cases (e.g., chronic weight loss)
Goats culled last 12 months (any
reason)
Johne’s cases as % of goats culled
Number Johne’s test-positive animals
Prior introduction of new goats:
Group
Last 12 mo.
2-10 yrs
Source(s)
Source (s)
Does
Kids
Bucks
Total
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