Bulgaria culls 24 000 pigs to contain ASF

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The Bulgarian authorities have culled over 24 000 pigs in order to keep African swine fever outbreaks under control. ASF was discovered on 3 farms – one commercial location and 2 smaller-size properties.

In a report delivered to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), the Bulgarian authorities report about these outbreaks in Shumen province, in the east of the country.
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