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THE BIGGER PICTURE ▶▶▶


Save our pigs!


Masses of people, banners with slogans and the waving of Indonesian flags – no, this is not an attempt to overthrow the government, but a loud cry to save the life of pigs in the province North Sumatra. Back- yard farms in the province have tested positive for African Swine Fever (ASF) since early September 2019, and bit by bit the virus spread throughout the entire province. According to the latest figures, 21 of


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the 33 districts have been affected, meaning that at least 40,000 pigs have had to be culled. No wonder the province’s pig farmers reacted with despair in February: “Save our pigs!” In the meantime, however, ASF continued its march through the archipelago, with Bali and East Nusa Tenggara being infected.


PHOTO: MIRZA BAIHAQIE | ANP | IMAGO


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