A batch of more than 200 sows "traveled by plane" from Denmark were imported to Vietnam

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Published Apr 12, 2024

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In a landmark move for Vietnam's pig farming industry, Gia Tot Agriculture Joint Stock Company has imported the first batch of over 200 purebred Landrace and Yorkshire sows from Denmark in 2024. This strategic import aims to elevate the domestic pig farming sector by improving the quality of sows, boosting productivity, and fostering sustainable development. The sows, which have undergone rigorous transportation and quarantine processes, will be subject to further disease screening in Vietnam. Gia Tot Agriculture, known for importing high-quality breeds, is committed to enhancing livestock efficiency and quality by accessing premier genetic resources.
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It is known that this is the first batch of officially imported sows in 2024, brought to Vietnam by Gia Tot Agriculture Joint Stock Company. Before landing at Noi Bai airport, more than 200 purebred Landrace and Yorkshire sows had to undergo 24 hours of transportation and animal quarantine, customs clearance in Denmark and France, and transit. in Korea. Immediately after being imported to Vietnam, these pigs continued to be quarantined by the veterinary agency for African swine fever, blue ear and foot-and-mouth disease... After leaving Noi Bai airport, Gia Tot Agriculture Joint Stock Company transported pigs to the farm for quarantine and rearing, strictly following the process of importing pigs and raising animals safely before distribution. to the market. According to experts, Danish Landrace and Yorkshire purebred sows are among the top 1 in the world in terms of reproductive productivity and the ability of sows to raise offspring. Mr. Tran Van Vu, Director of Gia Tot ...
Source: Danviet
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