China’s hog production is expected to bottom out before the end of this year and return to a normal level in 2020 thanks to government measures to combat African swine fever, said an agricultural ministry official on Thursday.
Pig inventories in China, the world’s biggest pork producer and consumer, will gradually increase and market supply will return to normal next year, Yang Zhenhai, director of the animal husbandry and veterinary bureau at the Ministry of . . .
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