Weighing up wider impact of ASF in Germany
A piece summarizing various viewpoints as to the likely implications of Germany's first case of African swine fever (ASF), the day after it had been confirmed, also had readers clicking.
The consequences for the pig sector in other countries could be significant said the UK’s National Pig Association (NPA) at that juncture.
NPA chief executive Zoe Davies noted, however, that the German authorities were well prepared to manage the spread of the virus in their country and keep it out of domestic pigs.
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