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Classical Swine Fever Reported in Mongolia

14 November 2014

MONGOLIA - There has been one new outbreak of Classical Swine Fever reported in Selenge in northern Mongolia.

The outbreak which took place on a farm infected four pigs, all of which died as a result. 

A further 28 pigs were destroyed to contain the disease. 

The source of the outbreak is inconclusive. 

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