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In the Khabarovsk Territory, 15 foci of swine fever eliminated

In the Khabarovsk Territory, 15 foci of swine fever eliminated
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In the Khabarovsk Territory, 15 foci of African swine fever (ASF) have been eliminated. Now there are nine outbreaks: two in the Khabarovsk and Nanay regions, one in Vyazemsky and four in the regional capital.

According to the press service of the regional government, the withdrawal of the infected livestock continues in six outbreaks. This work will be completed by October 1.

Quarantine has already been lifted from some territories, but the export of pigs there will be prohibited for six months. Along with the animals, it will not be possible to export livestock products obtained from slaughter and not heat-treated. It will be possible to engage in pig breeding a year after the final elimination of the ASF outbreak and the abolition of quarantine.

Farmers who have lost their livestock due to ASF, can get compensation... Payments will be provided to 80 farms where it was necessary to completely destroy the pig population. Compensation for one kg of live weight is about 160 rubles.

An outbreak of ASF in the Khabarovsk Territory occurred in early August, within the boundaries of the village of Bychikha, Khabarovsk District introduced emergency mode, from August 6 - within the boundaries of the village Kukelevo and Vyazemsky... Later, the virus was found in the village of Novotroitskoe, Khabarovsk region and the village of Lermontovka Bikinsky district. Then quarantined in the Nanai region and in Khabarovsk.

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