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South Korean ASF Means U.S. Needs To Double-Down On Biosecurity

We have been very fortunate to keep African Swine Fever (ASF) from the Western Hemisphere. It has taken a lot of hard work by thousands of trained inspectors in multiple countries. Much of the world has been high alert. Despite the preparedness, South Korea recently joined the ranks of ASF afflicted countries.

South Korea is now the ninth Asian country to find cases of ASF in its hog population.

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