Australia could be flying into trouble with African swine fever

By Vernon Graham
Updated August 26 2019 - 10:15am, first published 9:00am
PIGS ARE FLYING: Australian biosecurity resources are being stretched intercepting foreign pork on our borders.
PIGS ARE FLYING: Australian biosecurity resources are being stretched intercepting foreign pork on our borders.

The equivalent of four pigs are being seized at Australia's borders every week as quarantine authorities strive to keep African swine fever (ASF) out of the country.

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