Webinar: Ask the experts about African Swine Fever

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Webinar: Ask the experts about African Swine Fever

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African Swine Fever continues to be a concern for the international meat industry, with confirmed cases being identified throughout Asia and Europe.

To help inform about the current threat level of the disease and the impact on a market, Global Meat News is hosting a free webinar with leading experts and analysts, and we’re asking you to get involved.

On 29 October, we will be discussing the current state of play around the world, the impact on pig prices and what work is being done to limit the damage of African Swine Fever, with questions submitted by listeners.

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If you have a question for any of our speakers, please email it to nvqna.sbeghar@jeoz.pbz​ and we’ll endeavour to get through as many as possible in the time we have.

Our expert panel includes Zoe Davies, the chief executive of the UK’s National Pig Association; Dr Scott Dee, director of research at Pipestone Veterinary Services; Rupert Claxton, meat director at GIRA and Brett Stuart, president of Global AgriTrends.

For more on the list of experts and to join the webinar, register here​.

African Swine Fever: A Global Epidemic is kindly sponsored by AllTech Inc and Celitron Medical Technologies.

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