Short supply due to ASF pushes pork prices up in Sabah

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ASF-related production drop and high feed prices have caused pork prices to rise in Sabah, Malaysia. Prices rose for the fifth time this year from USD 4.60/kg (November 2021) to USD 6.70/kg (May 2022). Deputy Chief Minister Jeffrey Kitingan said as of March, DVS reported that 3259 backyard pigs, 19...

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