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Monday, August 29, 2011

AGAINST CONCERNS OF LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS, PLUM ISLAND WILL BE MOVED TO KANSAS

REPORT:

Manhattan, Kansas was selected as the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) location after an extensive three-year site selection process that included a thorough risk assessment, environmental impact assessment, and security assessment. The Manhattan location puts the NBAF in proximity to research of NBAF-related missions in veterinary, agriculture, and bio-security research expertise, and resources. This location also puts NBAF in proximity to a major hub of the veterinary pharmaceutical industry.
The NBAF will be built on a site on Kansas State University adjacent to the existing Biosecurity Research Institute. Once construction of NBAF is completed – an estimated five-year project – the current mission activities at Plum Island Animal Disease Center will begin to transition to the new facility. The transition process is expected to take approximately two years.








1 comment:

  1. Are their really that many brain dead puppets in Manhattan alone??

    Remember when you spend your money supporting KSU, that with NBAF there is no responsible party or payment of fair market value (of your livestock) at the time of the outbreak... if and when an outbreak occurs. You will get paid the day you sell, not the day of the outbreak.

    You have to ask why risk a billion dollar industry and our livelihood for 470ml in "money to Manhattan" (only the tip of the untold lies). It will cost much more.

    It is started... as I was there this past Wednesday
    and dirt work is happening.
    I found it interesting it is right next to Pat Roberts Hall.. Imagine that! .Probably it is a payback to Sen. Pat Roberts for his serving on the National Security team.. What a joke!

    Mike S.

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