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Apr 19, 2016meatcommerce.com

African Swine Fever appears to be a never-ending story for Russia’s pig industry, as the virus has been observed to be very persistent and difficult to eradicate. Regional inspectors have noted that the disease often returns to regions where it occurred several years ago, in regions where ASF seems to be already defeated. On 15 June 15 2015, for instance, one ASF outbreak was detected at small farms in the Vladimir region, where the virus had not been detected since 2013. 

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Mar 21, 2016meatcommerce.com

A farm in the Kirovograd region of Ukraine has had to slaughter more than a dozen pigs after the African swine fever (ASF) disease was detected by health officials this week. 

 

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Feb 23, 2016farminguk.com

A research team used advanced genetic techniques to produce pigs that are potentially resilient to African Swine Fever – a highly contagious disease that kills up to two-thirds of infected animals.


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Feb 12, 2016ThePigSite

RUSSIA - A new outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been reported on a pig farm in the Penzenskaya region of Russia. 

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Feb 1, 2016ThePigSite

RUSSIA - A new outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been reported on a Russian pig farm. 

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Jan 27, 2016ThePigSite

RUSSIA - An outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been reported in wild boar. 

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Dec 10, 2015ThePigSite

RUSSIA - Russia has reported two new outbreaks of African Swine Fever in backyard pigs and wild boar. 

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Dec 3, 2015ThePigSite

RUSSIA - Five new outbreaks of African Swine Fever (ASF) have been reported in pigs and wild boar in the west of the country. 

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Nov 16, 2015ThePigSite

RUSSIA - Three new outbreaks of African Swine Fever (ASF) have been reported in Russian wild boar. 

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Nov 12, 2015ThePigSite

RUSSIA - The EU has ignored calls from the Russian veterinary authorities for international cooperation to tackle African swine fever in Eastern Europe and Russia. 

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