Korean Pork Association and Breeder Improvement Association join hands for development of breeding pigs in South Korea

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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The Korean Pork Association and the Korea Livestock Improvement Association are forming a consultative body to advance the breeding pig industry. Comprising of farmers, academics, and veterinarians, the body will focus on information sharing, network building, and preparing countermeasures for industrial development. The initiative, supported by the government, aims to improve breeding stock to meet the needs of both producers and consumers, promoting the sustainable development of the Korean pork industry and improving meat quality.
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Forming a seed pig industry development council Set limits on dual registration and information sharing Farmers, academics, veterinarians, etc. also participated. Both producers and consumers will be satisfied Agree on the ‘necessity of improving breeding stock’ Divided breeding pig registration organizations have joined hands to develop the breeding pig industry, which is the starting point for high-quality pork that can guarantee the taste desired by consumers while reducing production costs at the production site. The two registration organizations, the Korean Pork Association and the Korea Livestock Improvement Association, decided to form a consultative body for the development of the breeding pig industry with experts such as farmers, academia, and veterinarians and share information. This was confirmed at the ‘Debate on Development Plans for the Seed Pig Industry’ held on the 19th at the 2nd Livestock Center in Seocho-dong, Seoul, hosted by the Korea Self-Subsidy ...
Source: Agrinet
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