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The EU African swine fever (ASF) regionalisation laid down in Commission Implementing Decision 2014/709/EU1 without prejudice to the provisions of Council Directive 2002/60/EC. The different parts of the Annex to Decision 2014/709/EU were defined considering the epidemiological situation of ASF, including whether it concerns infection in both pigs holdings and the feral pig population.
Dear EAPHM members,   Thank you for your support as a members of the EAPHM. The EAPHM values your support highly. A strong membership base is key when discussing matters of your daily-work-related interest with the different stakeholders in our industry! The secretariat of the EAPHM has noticed some issues in relation to the payment of the annual membership fee, for which we are asking your...
The Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) and European Association Porcine Health Management (EAPHM) welcomes the high-level international conference on „The Future of global pork production under the threat of African swine fever (ASF)“ that the European Commission is organizing today  in Berlin, Germany in connection with the ‘Green Week’. This conference will bring together all...
The EAPHM Board and the EAPHM supporting staff wishes you and your loved ones, a very Happy New Year! The year 2020 is a year where everyone will follow the ASF situation closely. How the different parties involved react to the ASF disaster in China, and what the impact shall be for the pork exporting industry, emerges in 2020. Only time will tell.
The PhD-student will be employed by the Flanders Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (ILVO) and registered for a PhD at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Ghent University (Belgium). ILVO is a scientific institute of the Government of Flanders. ILVO performs multidisciplinary, innovative and independent research aimed at economically, ecologically and (socially) sustainable...