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KUALA LUMPUR: More raids are expected to take place at premises with imported pork products, including suckling pig, following the discovery of the African Swine Fever (ASF) virus DNA in imported canned luncheon meat in Sarawak.
KUALA LUMPUR: A task force has been formed by the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry to look into the issue of imported pork and pork-based products from banned countries after the DNA of African Swine Fever (ASF) virus was detected in a sample of canned pork luncheon meat in Sarawak.
LABUAN: Animal abuse cases shot up by 30% across the country from 510 in 2017 to 662 cases last year, says the Department of Veterinary Services.
EXCLUSIVE: It is just a hop and a skip across the border from Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos for this viral disease that kills pigs to enter our country and potentially destroy our local pork industry.
SEPANG: Pig farmers have been given two months to implement biosecurity measures to prevent the entry of the African swine fever (ASF) virus into Malaysia.
SEPANG: Pig farmers have been given two months to adhere to and fully implement biosecurity measures in their farms, says Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industries Minister Sim Tze Tzin.
PETALING JAYA: Checks at pig farms in the country show no sign of African swine fever (ASF) thus far but the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) has imposed an import ban on pigs and pig products from China, Poland, Belgium, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia as a precautionary measure.
PETALING JAYA: The Veterinary Services Department (DVS) has assured Malaysians that the country is free from African Swine Fever (ASF) and samples from commercial pig farms and wild boars show no signs of the virus.
IPOH: The Health Ministry wants a zero stray dogs policy at all rabies gazetted areas, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye. He said this was one way to control the disease from spreading to other areas, and to protect the public.
PUTRAJAYA: Three districts near Taiping will be monitored for rabies, in an extra measure by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) to ensure the disease is controlled.