REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Government to launch pig tracing system to combat disease - MEMBERS
The Irish government is set to launch a pig-tracing system, which it claims will help combat the spread of Aujeszky's disease. The National Pig Identification and Tracing System (NPITS) will see all pigs travelling to abattoirs being identified with a slap mark and being tagged during all other movements.
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