The Committee on Agriculture and Food conducted a Senate Committee Hearing with Senator Migz Zubiri preciding on the topic preventing the entry of African Swine Fever in the country
March 20, 2019
with USec. Fred Serrano, Asec. Enrico Garzon and BAI Head Dr. Ronnie Dimingo, from the Dept. of Agriculture, together with the industry stakeholders at the JP Laurel Room. Pork and pork-based products from Belgium, China, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine are banned in the Philippines.. African swine fever (ASF) is not harmful to humans but causes deadly hemorrhagic fever in domesticated pigs and wild boar. Foot baths with disinfectants are typically found at the entry of pig farms, to ensure that people do not enter with contaminated material on their shoes. For continuance. Picture of Batangas ProVet taken from google.
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