Live pig price in Vietnam on April 16, 2024: Three regions have little fluctuation

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Published Apr 16, 2024

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On April 16, 2024, the article reports on the varying live pig prices across Vietnam, with figures ranging from 58,000 VND/kg to 62,000 VND/kg depending on the region. It also covers a presentation by Associate Professor, Dr. Nguyen Van Giap, who discusses the critical role of disease control in livestock farming for maintaining food security, economic stability, and efficient production. Dr. Giap outlines the challenges faced in disease management, including issues related to high-density farming, the movement of people and goods, and the inadequacies in vaccination programs, emphasizing the need for robust strategies to overcome these obstacles.
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Northern live pig price today April 16 The Northern hog market continues to move sideways compared to yesterday. Accordingly, pig prices in Nam Dinh, Vinh Phuc, Lao Cai, Ninh Binh and Tuyen Quang are still trading at 60,000 VND/kg - the lowest in the region today. In Hanoi, traders still lost buying live pigs at the highest level in the region - 62,000 VND/kg. The remaining areas stand still at 61,000 VND/kg. Thus, the price of Northern live pigs on April 16, 2024 is trading at 60,000 - 62,000 VND/kg. Live pig price today April 16 in the Central region The hog market in the Central and Central Highlands remained stable compared to yesterday. Specifically, traders in Lam Dong and Binh Thuan continue to buy pork at a price of 61,000 VND/kg - the highest in the region today. Meanwhile, the provinces of Thua Thien Hue, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and Khanh Hoa stood still at the lowest level in the region, with prices of 58,000 VND/kg. Other localities still trade pig prices in the range of ...
Source: Agriculture
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