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Food Animal Production, Transportation, and Marketing (Fiscal Year 2005)

Cooperative Agreements
PROJECT: Beef & Dairy Quality Assurance
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-17-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator New Jersey Department of Agriculture
Cooperator Contact Ann Pierok
Amount of Award $20,000
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Continue beef and dairy quality assurance program;
Audit production units; Provide training to producers in sanitation, herd health, proper antimicrobial use, and pathogen reduction.


PROJECT: Beef Quality Assurance
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-58-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator South Dakota Animal & Industry Board
Cooperator Contact Sam Holland
Amount of Award $50,000
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Expand the South Dakota Beef Quality Assurance/Critical Management Point program;
Producer education seminars;
Third party certification;
Support state-mandated slaughter cattle certification.


PROJECT: Beef Quality Assurance-Feedlot
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-54-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator Kansas State University
Cooperator Contact Daniel Thompson
Amount of Award $34,233
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Develop bilingual training modules for diverse first-level feedlot workers;
Provide food safety training in regional seminars in major feedlot states.


PROJECT: Dairy-Prudent Antimicrobial Use
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-51-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator Ohio State University
Cooperator Contact Jeffrey T. LeJeune
Amount of Award $28,862
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Apply risk analysis principles to educate dairy producers on prudent use of antimicrobials;
Reduce level of residues in cull cows;
Reduce level of antimicrobial resistant pathogens in cull cows.


PROJECT: Egg Quality Assurance
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-60-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator Missouri Department of Agriculture
Cooperator Contact Rose Foster
Amount of Award $41,988
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Conduct egg quality assurance program for small and youth producers;
Develop curricula and conduct food safety/quality assurance training for commercial egg producers.


PROJECT: Meat Goat Industry Handbook & Web-based Training Program
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-10-2004
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Sibyl Wright
(202) 690-2683
Cooperator Langston University
Cooperator Contact Tilahun Sahlu
Amount of Award $100,000
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Create curriculum and training modules and a web-based training program for certification in goat production technology.


PROJECT: Pre-harvest Education Program for Cattle Producers
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-56-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator Ohio State University
Cooperator Contact Ellen Koch
Amount of Award $49,727
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Initiate multi-year program for literature review to determine best hazard-reduction production practices;
Measure producer attitudes toward adoption of food-safe practices;
Determine cost of food-safe practices;
Develop appropriate educational materials for pork producers;
Deliver producer education through National Pork Board.


PROJECT: Pork Hazard Reduction
FSIS Project Number FSIS-C-56-2005
FSIS Project Manager & Phone Erich Hemphill
(202) 690-6598
Cooperator Ohio State University
Cooperator Contact Ellen Koch
Amount of Award $49,727
Term of Agreement Sep 30, 2005 to Sep 30, 2006
Project Description Initiate multi-year program for literature review to determine best hazard-reduction production practices;
Measure producer attitudes toward adoption of food-safe practices;
Determine cost of food-safe practices;
Develop appropriate educational materials for pork producers;
Deliver producer education through National Pork Board.
Last Modified Apr 16, 2014