Animal Atrocity in Asia!

Rounding up the atrocity

South Korea’s decision to bury 1.4 million pigs alive in an effort to curb the spread of the highly contagious foot and mouth disease (FMD) has sparked the ire of international animal activists.

 

According to reports, the first case of FMD — which affects all cloven hoofed animals including pigs, goats and cattle — was confirmed in November in Andong city of North Gyeongsang province, and has since spread quickly. Officials began embarking on a mass cull of roughly 12 percent of its swine population to combat the disease, primarily because it affects the nation’s ability to export meat, Food Safety News is reporting.

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