Suspected Hog Cholera Claims Lives of 65 Pigs

by 5m Editor
8 January 2004, at 12:00am

SOUTH KOREA - A new suspected case of hog cholera resulted in slaughter of sixty-five piglets at a farm in Yeongdong in eastern South Korea, officials said Tuesday.

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Officials at the Yeongdong County office said they buried alive 65 baby pigs which were being raised in the same pigpen with scores of 40-day-old pigs believed to have infected with hog cholera. Three of them died after suffering diarrhea.

Source: eFeedLink - 8th January 2004

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