Risks are everywhere for hog producers. Fear of the latest strain of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, or mycotoxins in corn, or poor-quality drinking water are just a few potential risks that should be on pig farmers’ radar screens, but an even bigger risk is lurking in the shadows.
The U.S. hog industry has been on high alert over African swine fever, especially since late-summer 2018. . . . for more of the article, please click here.
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