Belarus fought AFP

Belarus (Belarus) wants to increase his pigs on 3.3 million animals by 2015 in Q1

In the year 2014, Belarus mainly pigs 0.5 million, or 19% of its stock has lost reasons for the control of African swine fever (AFP).

The animal health organization (AHO) has received any messages about the occurrence of AFP from Belarus. The international animal disease map shows Belarus as a white spot, ran while around the borders to Poland, Baltic States and Russia the plague cases. It is assumed that Belarus has at least similar problems with AFP as the adjacent European countries.

However, increasing meat supplies from the AFP contaminated area after Russia do not fit into the political landscape. The Russian veterinary authority has forbidden in Feb. 2014 precisely for this reason the EU pork supplies.

Missing login activity on the part of the Belarusian authorities probably had a political background.

According to the experts in Belarus now all efforts were undertaken, to rebuild the Belarusian herds. The research should have shown that the infections of animal feed from Russia took place. The workers in the pig farms have received precise instructions, is to proceed around to the stables. "Criminals" should have been wheeling and dealing in the game.

The objective is to 3.3 million animals at the end of the I. quarter 2015

Critics deem likely such rapid resolution after all experiences with the AFP little. Setbacks are cannot be ruled out.

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