Wild boar‐domestic pig interface in Europe: preliminary analysis
9 April 2020
This report describes the different sources of data for domestic pigs in Europe and develops a preliminary risk map of possible spatial interaction between pigs and wild boars.
The ENETWILD consortium aims at defining the spatial interface between wild boar and domestic pigs in Europe, which is essential to evaluate the risk for African Swine Fever spread between wild and domestic.
The prediction model of the interface between pig and wild boar at European level indicated that the maximum risk is scattered over Central Europe, large parts of Spain, north-east France and Romania. Hungary, so as Serbia and Croatia in the Balkans are at the highest risk in that area.
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