Vet says Secure Pork Supply Plans lagging for ASF

Vet says Secure Pork Supply Plans lagging for ASF

A veterinarian who has been in China to help with the African Swine Fever outbreak says not enough U.S. producers or states have Secure Pork Supply Plans ready in the event of an outbreak here.

Dr. Clayton Johnson with Carthage Veterinary Services in Carthage, Illinois, says they’ve been working to help Chinese producers clean up and repopulate, “We’ve seen the devil (ASF) firsthand, unfortunately.”

He says the Secure Pork Supply plan is critical for U.S.

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