Hong Kong: Fewer Little Piggies Go to the Hong Kong Market After ASF Cases

Live pig imports to Hong Kong are still in short supplies two weeks after the resumption of trade following the second African Swine Fever (ASF) case in late May. Traders expect short supplies and high prices of freshly slaughtered pork to continue for some months. Hong Kong has stepped up surveillance measures on live pig supplies. Meanwhile, the Hong Kong government has already requested a budget for the culling of live pigs in local farms in the event of any future ASF case confirmed in a locally-raised hog.  

Hong Kong: Fewer Little Piggies Go to the Hong Kong Market After ASF Cases