Policy paper

Classical Swine Fever disease control strategy for Great Britain

This sets out how an outbreak of Classical Swine Fever in the UK would be managed.

This was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government

This publication was withdrawn on

The classical swine fever disease control strategy for Great Britain has now been replaced by the African and classical swine fever disease control strategy for Great Britain

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Classical Swine Fever Disease Control Strategy for Great Britain

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This describes the measures that would apply in the event of an outbreak of Classical Swine Fever (CSF). It also summarises the wider framework that’s in place to prevent and limit such an outbreak.

This is endorsed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), the Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly Government. Responsibility for management of an outbreak would fall to the respective governments.

This control strategy was prepared in consultation between government, delivery agents, veterinary profession, and organisations representing pig producers and processors.

Published 1 March 2010