All workers should be trained to identify the signs of animal intrusion, such as downed fences, crop damage, or presence of fecal material, and report any events to the supervisor while working on the farm. This is important because workers are usually in the field more often and are able to assess more fields than one person (owner or manager) alone.
Training should include:
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The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture