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Swill Feeding Causes ASF Outbreak in Kenya

15 April 2016, at 6:00am

KENYA - A new outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) has been reported on a pig farm in central Kenya.

The outbreak affected a farm in Kiamumbi. Of the 180 pigs susceptible, there were 52 cases.

All 52 pigs reported with ASF died and the other 128 pigs on the farm were killed as a precaution.

The affected animals were in an enclosed establishment and were fed on swill, which is thought to be the cause of the outbreak.

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