Pig culling starts in Wayanad, Kerala to control ASF

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The district of Wayanad, in north Kerala, India has started culling pigs to control ASF. The district confirmed the presence of the virus over the weekend. Farmers initially refused to cull their pigs but have now agreed to destroy around 300 pigs in the infected zone after the government assured f...

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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’.