UK: More East Anglian pig farmers freed from Classical Swine Fever restrictions
Another 307 commercial pig holdings in East Anglia have today been released from area movement restrictions put in place following outbreaks of classical swine fever. The last Infected Area on the Norfolk/Suffolk border was reduced at 9.15pm today. A new smaller Infected Area was declared in South Norfolk where the last case of classical swine fever was confirmed on the 3rd November. There are no commercial pig farms with pigs left in this new Infected Area, however a few pet pigs remain under movement restrictions.
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