Fever could kill a third of China's pigs. That's almost as many as live in the US and Europe combined  CNN

Sun Dawu's pigs started dying from a mysterious virus last December. Four months later, all 20000 in one farm were dead.

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“More bad news for our Great Patriot Farmers: Global demand for soybeans will fall 17 million tonnes because African swine fever has killed so many hogs in China, reducing the need for feed. https://t.co/fW7Dx3oc4W”

Mark Strauss on Twitter: "More bad news for our Great Patriot Farmers: Global demand for soybeans will fall 17 million tonnes because African swine fever has killed so many hogs in China, reducing the need for feed. https://t.co/fW7Dx3oc4W"

“Shared with G20 members how 🇺🇸 and North America are leading the way to prevent our pork supply from a catastrophic outbreak of African Swine Fever in coordination with @NPPC.”

Sec. Sonny Perdue on Twitter: "Shared with G20 members how 🇺🇸 and North America are leading the way to prevent our pork supply from a catastrophic outbreak of African Swine Fever in coordination with @NPPC.… https://t.co/4bbPwfDxEj"

“The international epidemic you haven’t heard of. Swine fever is killing millions of pigs. Deb Kerr tells me of the implications for Australia https://t.co/8UbLieTSyq via @RadioNational”

Hugh Riminton on Twitter: "The international epidemic you haven’t heard of. Swine fever is killing millions of pigs. Deb Kerr tells me of the implications for Australia https://t.co/8UbLieTSyq via @RadioNational"

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The agriculture ministry has said that without proper prevention, the incurable pig disease can cause "extremely catastrophic consequences." - VnExpress InternationalThe agriculture ministry has said that without proper prevention, the incurable pig disease can cause "extremely catastrophic consequences."

Vietnam mulls deploying armed forces against African swine fever catastrophe - VnExpress International

“This is probably the most serious animal health disease [the world has] had for a long time, if not ever.”“This is probably the most serious animal health disease [the world has] had for a long time, if not ever.”

African swine fever keeps spreading in Asia, threatening food security | Science | AAAS