Using freshly harvested grains or freshly cut grass to feed pigs can cause swine fever outbreaks, warns the National Agency for Food Safety. “Grains must be stored for a period of at least 30-60 days from harvesting, after which they can be used in pig feed. As soon as owners notices that the...
Feeding pigs freshly harvested grains can cause swine fever outbreaks
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