Bulgaria culls 24 000 pigs to contain ASF

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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