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Taiwan first live export since foot-and-mouth outbreak

Taiwan exported pigs since an outbreak of FMD in 2008.

Monday 19 February 2018 (5 months 3 days ago)

One-hundred black pigs from Pingtung County were week shipped to Hong Kong, making them the first live pigs to be exported from Taiwan since an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease 20 years ago.

The first 100 pigs sold to Hong Kong averaged 60kg and came from the farm of Lee Jung-chun, a former recipient of an award for the nation’s top 100 young farmers, started breeding the pigs after an eight-year process of genetic screening.

Tuesday January 30, 2018/ Taipei Times/ Taiwan.
http://www.taipeitimes.com

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