They ensure continuity of foot-and-mouth vaccination at least until 2026 in Paraguay

Published May 18, 2024

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The Central Board of Directors of the Rural Association of Paraguay (ARP) is considering the future of foot-and-mouth disease vaccination in the country. Dr. José Carlos Martin Camperchioli, president of Senacsa, has committed to continuing vaccination until at least 2026, after which a decision will be made on the future. The meeting also discussed other issues such as opening markets for beef, the Paraguayan Animal Identification System (SIAP), and the use of caravans. Senacsa has funding to identify 100% of the livestock until 2032.
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Although the productive sector has the vision of continuing to immunize animals against foot-and-mouth disease, one of the topics debated is whether or not Paraguay will stop vaccinating against this disease. In this sense, the Central Board of Directors of the Rural Association of Paraguay (ARP) held a meeting with the president of Senacsa, Dr. José Carlos Martin Camperchioli, who assured the continuation of vaccination until at least 2026 and that then They will have to analyze several aspects to determine the path to follow. “There is a very great and dynamic level of competitiveness in the international market, and we must also closely follow what is happening with Brazil, a country that lifted vaccination in a large part of its territory,” said the head of the official veterinary service. From the productive sector they point out that the vision is to continue with vaccination against foot and mouth disease, since it is a guarantee of business. “For now, the syringes will ...
Source: Productivacm
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