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It will likely take several years for animal feed production in Vietnam to recover from this year’s outbreak of African swine fever (ASF), according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
African swine fever in animal feed could enable the virus to spread to other countries, and even, potentially, to cross oceans, according to the results of a new study.
China’s hog feed consumption is expected to drop by 40% in 2019, according to the latest global update on African swine fever (ASF) from Dutch firm Rabobank.
African swine fever (ASF) was officially reported in domestic pigs in just three European countries over the past week — Poland, Romania and Russia.
Farmers near a large factory fire in Rouen, France, last week are deeply concerned that the authorities have put a stop to harvesting of crops and sales of animal products.
JBS USA will stop using the growth drug ractopamine in its pig diets to expand export opportunities to China.
Ioannis Mavromichalis: If you are not part of their hog system or the supplier of this feed ingredient, why should you care that 40% of U.S. hog production is no longer being considered a client of a particular product?
Tyson Fresh Meats will prohibit the use of ractopamine in the market hogs it buys from farmers beginning in February 2020.
Over the past week, there have been official reports of five new outbreaks of the African swine fever (ASF) in South Korea — including three on commercial farms — and nine village herds have been affected in Laos.
Aquaculture may be the center of most hype regarding insect-based protein, but poultry may actually stand to benefit the most from a diet that includes insect meal.