African Swine Fever Found In South Korea
South Korea confirms its first outbreak of African Swine Fever.
Agricensus reports the disease was found on a farm near the border with North Korea. The country has played a big role in regional demand in recent months, but any 'hit on supply' from the livestock sector could impact demand. The government has ordered a nationwide 'movement ban' on hogs and related livestock for two days in an effort to curb the spread of the disease.