China’s pork production is showing more signs of recovery as the number of breeding sows posted the first month-on-month rise in October since the outbreak of deadly African swine fever last year.
The authority say it takes time for the country's pork production capacity to completely recover and it aims to bring the capacity to 80 per cent of the normal level by the end of next year.
The country’s . . .
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