Asian Pork Magazine

Each issue carries news, technical and on-farm features as well as industry updates on the Asian pig farming and production sector that is growing rapidly.

Pork consumption currently represents 31% of animal protein consumed in Asia. Retail trends are evolving, alongside sustainable farming and safe and hygienic processing and further processing.

Readership covers the farming community, nutritionists, veterinarians, feedmillers, processors, retailers and suppliers.

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March/April 2020


New Hope Liuhe boosts Vietnam’s pig potential
In choosing Vietnam as its launchpad into the Southeast Asian livestock market, New Hope Liuhe has called on over 20 years’ experience in the feed industry, and more than two years of developing and testing of pig production technology. The aim is clear: to become a major force in the region. HA THU learns how New Hope Liuhe intends to improve access to safe pork products.
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After the ASF crisis: A path forward via high health production
An approach known as ‘high health status’ production can help swine producers meet production and economic goals while leveraging the benefits of good biosecurity. Successful application of high health status production on the farm begins with farm biosecurity and is amplified with precision nutrition strategies.
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  • ASF detected in Mindanao
  • Vietnam aims for 29 million pigs in next 10 years
  • Embattled Hung Vuong in pig breeding joint venture
  • North Sumatra beefs up ASF control efforts
  • Indian pig sector calls for more partnerships to meet demand
  • Philippine localities ordered to implement ASF zoning
New Hope’s pig houses are designed to save on energy and production costs.
In the aftermath of ASF and many other disease outbreaks, the most efficient and secure way to implement a high health status herd is to repopulate using well-adapted animals with a high immunity status and resistance against local pathogens.