"When you want to test the depths of a stream, don't use both feet"
articles about African Swine Fever in ArticlesSections
- Swine news (467)
- About 333 (1)
- Humor (5)
- Reports (1)
- Company news (10)
- Abstracts (18)
- Clinical cases (1)
- Articles (19)
Time flies and wild boar breed at a faster rate than our ability to control them.
Pork supply, pork consumption and purchasing power in China, US and China trade war and globalism are some of the balls in play and many more are to come.
How is the increase in global meat production, low-cost coarse grains and ASF going to affect pig production?
Fernando Rodríguez, the director of CReSA, explains at what stage is the development of the vaccine against ASF.
Enric Marco comments on the practical implications of a recent article investigating the transmission of ASF through ingestion of flies.
There is no doubt if the disease is discovered in a major piglet or pork producing/exporting country such as Denmark, Germany, Spain or the USA, the mortality it causes would be only the beginning of the woes.
The appearance of ASF in Belgium has entailed a real blow for the EU pig sector.