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The worsening outbreak of African swine fever throughout Asia and Europe has created a rare opportunity for New Zealand meat producers.
A new report warns that a virus decimating parts of the global pork industry could spread to more countries next year.
The $750 million New Zealand pork industry needs farmers’ help to keep out the deadly African swine fever virus.
African swine fever’s huge impact on China’s pork production this year will be a huge opportunity for New Zealand’s meat industry.
In recent years the pork industry has had to transform itself in the face of public pressure; now it offers the benefit of its experiences to ‘big brother’ sectors.
Gaining access for New Zealand pork into Australia is no silver bullet for the industry, but a small step that may lead to further opportunities, says NZ Pork chairman Ian Carter.
Backyard pigs on farms or properties whose operators don't know the food regulations pose the biggest threat of foot and mouth disease (FMD) entering the country, says NZPork chairman Ian Carter.
BEEF AND pig farmers are the winners in a new trade deal between Canada and the EU, but it spells bad news for cheese makers in Canada and the US.