Swine Fever is set on a pig farm in Lithuania. Video


Updated: Due to the plague in Lithuania recycled more than 10 thousand pigs

6.06.11.V Lithuania ongoing use of pigs from a farm in Jonava district, where he was found hearth swine plague. As REGNUM today, June 6, the State Food and Veterinary Inspectorate, the discovery of the plague recycled 10 thousand pigs.

Recycling is the company Rietavo veterinarine sanitarija, where infected pigs delivered to disinfected transport which, after delivery is thoroughly disinfected. While repeated outbreaks of plague have been recorded, but Russia is still forbidden to bring Lithuanian pigs.

Meanwhile, after consultations with the Russian experts in the field of food security Lithuania promised to resume exports of pork to Russia only when it is eradicated outbreaks of classical swine fever. "With Russian officials I spoke this morning. They calmed down a bit and offered to do nothing for as long as we finish work to eliminate the fire. In addition, when a heat transport animals would be torture for them, "- said the head of the State Food and Veterinary Service Jonas Milius.


VILNIUS, June 1 — RIA Novosti, Irina Pavlova. Classical Swine Fever found Wednesday at a pig farm in the company Berzu kompleksas Jonava district of Kaunas County Lithuania where grown nearly 16,000 pigs, according to the State Food and Veterinary Service of Lithuania.

On Monday, the diagnosis of infectious disease has been 63 analysis, and evaluation of the National Institute for Food and Veterinary Risk June 1 confirmed classical swine plague.

On detection of swine fever in Lithuania was informed the European Commission, the World Organization for Animal Health, the veterinary services of neighboring countries.

By LLC Berzu kompleksas and other large pig greater control. On all commercial pig farms in the country launched an active examination of pigs, increasing the number of samples for classical swine plague, which are collected from the wild boar.

A radius of 3 and 10 kilometers around the outbreak of the disease established restricted area. Organized sampling, research continues.

According to director of the State Food and Veterinary Service, a senior state inspector veterinary Dr. Jonas Milius, after confirmation of a case of classical swine fever in Lithuania temporarily banned the export and import of pigs.

In Lithuania, the last case of classical swine fever was recorded in 2009.

According to Milius, inadequate controls owners pig farms can cause enormous economic damage to these farms. Death of animals from the disease is 80% -100%.

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