Effective decision-making for partial culling on ASF-affected farms

Farms find it challenging to decide on culling when pigs show no clinical symptoms.

When ASF hits a farm, the initial response is to separate the pigs from the infected herd. But how can this be done effectively?

In northern Vietnam, a 1000-sow farm has been battling ASF for the past six months, with a 10% mortality rate. Every month, about 100 sows die from ASF. Unfortunately,...

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