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USDA Proposes to Recognize Japan as Free of Two Swine Diseases

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USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is proposing to recognize Japan as being free of classical swine fever and swine vesicular disease, following a risk evaluation.  APHIS is making the risk evaluation available for public review and comment.  View it here

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