Time flies and wild boar breed at a faster rate than our ability to control them.
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Is it possible to control the population of wild boar?
In light of the recent outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) and other animal diseases, the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) has been working on a multi-pronged action plan to: research science-based solutions for mitigating the risks of virus transmission through feed, and communicate any new information and recommendations to the industry and producer groups.USA: AFIA provides new biosecurity guidance following ASF outbreaks
Marshalltown Biosecurity Workshop to focus on risk and caretaker entry
The program uses lecture and activities to demonstrate and identify possible risk events and carrying agents that can compromise a farm’s biosecurity protocols.
Waterproof bags can make cell phone entry more biosecure
When was the last time that you disinfected your cellphone?
The ASPROCER and SAG have launched a campaign to avoid the entry of meat products, thus avoiding the possible entry of diseases such as African swine fever.Chile starts a preventive campaign against African swine fever
Recently, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA) has revised and released the Announcement on the Heavy Punishment for Serious Illegal Acts Concerning Veterinary Drugs (Announcement No. 97 of MARA), and abolished its former Announcement No. 2071.China: strengthen the regulation over veterinary drugs
EFSA has taken a major step towards becoming a fully open data organisation by committing to publish the scientific data it uses for EU-wide monitoring programmes and surveys and many of its risk assessments.EFSA to share data on open-access platform
Coordinated hunts are to be performed on Saturdays and Sundays, at the time when classical group hunts are performed and are designed to counteract the spread of ASF to the west of Poland.Poland: Hunting of wild boars to counteract the spread of ASF