African swine fever grows interest in feed biosecurity

African swine fever grows interest in feed biosecurity

Controlled Zones Lines are established at entryways to restrict visitors to areas of the facility. (Courtesy United Animal Health)

The emergence of African swine fever has triggered growing interest in biosecurity at feed mills around the globe.

Hans van den Heuvel, a 20-year veteran of animal feed quality control, has seen enough animal disease outbreaks to develop an interest in biosecurity. But when African swine fever (ASF) hit China, he knew this time would be different.

Read the full article at: Feed Strategy | February 2020