FMD pulls down beef sales in traditional markets


Sales of beef in Indonesia’s traditional markets are declining due to the FMD outbreak. Ati, a beef seller at the Anyar traditional market in Bogor, West Java, said her customers, mainly meatball sellers, have reduced demand. “Many of them cut their orders by half. Others only order once every two ...

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Managing Editor and Editor of Asian Poultry Magazine, Jakarta, Indonesia. In, ‘LSD causes economic strain on SE Asia’s cattle herds’, Arief points out that efficiency and safety of vaccination is paramount in controlling lumpy skin disease that is causing economic losses in the region.