Agricultural biosecurity is becoming a pressing global issue which must be given both attention and discipline on a community scale. This poster is an examination of literature to identify common livestock biosecurity practices on large-scale farms in forming recommended practices for small-scale farms. This area of livestock biosecurity is aimed at minimizing potential disease susceptibility in animals, humans, and zoonosis. Although biosecurity has been the reviewed previously among different types of livestock industry studies, to date there has been little to no comprehensive review of disease control, perception, education, or analysis strategies among small-scale farmers. Evaluation of the current types and causes of diseases is a fundamental way to achieve this goal. Developing a better understanding on prevention measures and biosecurity resources for operations allows for better implementation and competency when adapting protocols for small-scale farms.