African Swine Fever is spreading - Find out how Kersia can help you protect your animals

Date: 13/02/20

African Swine Fever is spreading - Find out how Kersia can help you protect your animals

With all the headlines focused on coronavirus, it’s easy to miss the spread of another major disease across Europe. African Swine Fever (ASF) has become a major concern for a number of European countries, with Greece the latest to record an outbreak, costing a local farmer his entire holding of 33 pigs. It has never been more important to take appropriate preventative measures to help to combat this disease, if we are to prevent further outbreaks and the accompanying financial losses which an outbreak would bring.

Fight back against ASF

You cannot ignore the risk of infection from ASF, it is deadly to pigs, with a 100% mortality rate.  And whilst no cases have been reported here in the UK, it is important to ensure that you protect your livestock and your livelihood and therefore you must act now.

Kersia has produced a robust programme of biosecurity measures to help you to minimise the threat of this deadly disease. This expert programme utilises the use of a suite of proven products, products which have recently been successfully tested against ASF at Wageningen University in Holland.   

Stop ASF before it stops you

Fighting an outbreak of ASF is much harder, and more costly, than preventing one, so don’t wait until it is to late. Our biosecurity programme can help you to minimise the risk of African Swine Fever and can viewed here.

Talk to us  

To find out more about our effective biosecurity programme for ASF which utilises a suite of proven products which can help pig farmers to minimise the threat of African Swine Fever.

Please call us on 44 (0) 1576 205480 or email us at enquiries@kilco.co.uk to find out more.
 


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