Darrang, Assam cull pigs to control ASF

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The Darrang district in Assam, northeast India, has culled over 150 pigs to control the spread of ASF. The areas of Pathorighat, Godhia Para, and Komarpara within the district have reported recent infections. More than 39,000 pigs have died in Assam due to ASF since April 2020. Since then, more sta...

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Zahrah Imtiaz
Editor, Asian Feed Magazine and FeedWatch, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Zahrah writes that investment in food animal production will outstrip other industries in India in the next decade, and how it will impact the feed industry in the article ‘Indian feed industry looks for solutions to volatility’.