Guangdong ensuring pork supply to HK, Macao after sred white and blue silicone wristbandswine fever outbreak80S Retro Garments: Stocking Stuffer Christmas Present Concepts For Her From a top 10 fantasy pick to out of the prime 20 rated broad receivers, Braylon Edwards has swiftly fallen out of the fantasy planet"s great graces. In 2008 Edwards had fifty five receptions for 873 yards and 3 touchdowns, statistics that might seem Ok for most receivers in the NFL, but not for Edwards who scored sixteen touchdowns and had 1289 yards getting in 2008. I anticipate a strong 12 months for Edwards, and he is lastly a steal in fantasy due to his awful "08 campaign. Quality - Make confident you order customized bracelets that are created with large high quality silicone and not cheap alternatives. The very best way to check out this is to request for a sample prior to you spot any big buy. If they will not send a sample this ought to increase a red flag.
GUANGZHOU -- South China"s Guangdong Province has said that actions have been taken to ensure pork supplies to Hong Kong and Macao after the province"s first African swine fever outbreak prompted it to cull nearly 2,000 pigs.
The agriculture and rural affairs department of Guangdong, a major hog and pork supplier to neighboring Hong Kong and Macao, said they had formulated plans to prevent disruptions in hog and pork supplies to the two cities.
Inspections of farms have also been strengthened to ensure quality and safety of products, it said.
Eleven pigs were confirmed dead after being infected with the viral disease at a slaughterhouse in Xiangzhou district in the city of Zhuhai on Wednesday.
The department on Thursday said they had enhanced inspections and disinfection in the city"s pig farms and slaughterhouses, though no other cases of the disease have been reported in the province.
Guangdong supplies 1.6 million and 120,000 hogs to Hong Kong and Macao, respectively, every year.
The southern province is the 23rd province in China that has reported the outbreak of African swine fever, a highly contagious disease that infects pigs. The disease does not affect other animal species or humans.
China reported its first case of the disease in August in the northeastern province of Liaoning.