Contents tagged with ASF

3 March 2022

The ongoing development of African swine fever (ASF) in continental Europe is a growing concern.

13 July 2021

We take a look at how German pork trade has been affected following the confirmation of ASF in its wild boar herd in September.

3 November 2020

Find out how coronavirus has presented opportunities to help us understand how we could better prepare for disease outbreaks future

9 May 2022

A set of practical measures you can take to prevent and limit the spread of infectious diseases on your farm. On this page, we've compiled a range of advice and resources, from general best practice to farm-specific information to help you protect your farming business.

13 July 2021

Earlier today, Germany announced its first confirmed case of African Swine Fever, found in a wild boar near the Polish border.

13 July 2021

Chinese whey imports reached a ten-year high in July, running 64% up on the year before, suggesting the pig herd is rebuilding after ASF

11 March 2022

We need all pig producers, farmers and the public to pull together to keep ASF out.

11 March 2022

All our resources on identifying and stopping the spread of African Swine Fever

7 November 2018

The 'Don’t bring it home!' poster is aimed at workers in the pig industry and those involved with moving pigs. It warns that diseases such as African Swine Fever (ASF) can be carried in pigmeat, which is harmful if fed to pigs

26 September 2018

African Swine Fever affects pigs and has a devastating impact on productivity and the ability of a country to sell pork. Biosecurity is the first line of defence against disease. Biosecurity applies on the farm and when travelling, particularly to and from areas where ASF has been confirmed