DA distributes feeds, vet drugs for ASF rehab program in Region 1

As of press time, at least 21 farmers in Barangay Baloling, Mapandan who received 27 cattle with 27kgs of feeds each and 12 farmers in Barangay Nalsian and Talibaew in Calasiao who received a total of 16 cattles with veterinary drugs such as dewormer and vitamins (as per the request of the farmer).

Farm-bred super pigs now threaten North American agriculture

Pigs originally bred to increase livestock production amidst Canada's cold weather seemingly evolved into intelligent super pigs threatening wildlife and farms in the United States.

PVMA backs members facing charges over culling in Cebu

CEBU CITY – The Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) has expressed support to five members facing administrative charges filed by Cebu Gov. Gwen Garcia against them over the culling of pigs in the province.

Philippine swine industry on the path to recovery amidst ongoing ASF outbreak

A roundtable discussion with industry experts highlighted the challenges and importance of a holistic approach to solving issues in the swine industry, with a particular focus on the continued impact of African Swine Fever (ASF) in the Philippines and the importance of biosecurity measures to prevent and manage outbreaks.