European Commission extends zone 3 of ASF control in EstoniaLocal News
African swine fever
- Farm contests killing of thousands of swineLocal News
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- HKScan launches live pig imports from FinlandEconomy
- SEB grants grace period to third of milk producersEconomy
- Hunting adviser: hunt no good to stop spread of feverLocal NewsEnvironment ministry hunting adviser Tõnu Traks says it was no way African swine fever could have been slowed down by hunting wild swine once the hazard surfaced. To the contrary: Estonia opted, by banning driven hunt, to keep the beast in place where they were and thus granted farmers time to take needed measures in farms. Now, it is only the diligence of farmers that can keep fever off domestic swine.
- Estonia reports new ASF cases in Tartu, Viljandi countiesLocal News
- The next hazard to hogs: human curiosityLocal News
- ASF found in domestic pigs in West-Viru CountyLocal News
- Scientist says Estonia «lulled by pig fever staying in woods only»Local News
- Editorial: pigs dying, folks cryingOpinion
- Estonian agency: ASF restriction zone to expandLocal NewsDiscussions with the European Commission over establishing an extensive restriction zone in Estonia in connection with the spread of African swine fever (ASF) will begin soon but it's clear that the zone will expand compared to initial agreements and there will be no holes left in it, director general of the Veterinary and Food Board Ago Partel told BNS on Thursday.
- African swine fever found on pig farm in Estonia's Jarva CountyLocal News