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Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2020, 1(4); doi: 10.38007/AJAS.2020.010403.

Training System of Pig Slaughtering and Quarantine Personnel


Yu Wang

Corresponding Author:
Yu Wang

Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou, China


With the continuous improvement of the global economic development level, people's quality of life has also been greatly improved. In recent years, people's consumption of livestock products has also continued to increase. However, there are more and more problems in the quality and safety of livestock products, especially the "mad cow disease" incident in Britain, cattle plague, classical swine fever and avian influenza in recent years. So it is very important to slaughter and quarantine livestock. Based on this situation, the purpose of this study is to study the skill training system of pig slaughtering quarantine personnel, because pig slaughtering quarantine is the most important link for the prevention and control of zoonotic diseases before pork flows to the market, and it is the last threshold to be responsible to consumers and ensure that people can eat safe meat. In this paper, through the quarantine posts, quarantine procedures, quarantine personnel allocation and other aspects of pig slaughtering quarantine personnel skills training system research and inspection experiments. Through the research and summary of the experimental results, it is very necessary to study the skill training system of pig slaughtering quarantine personnel for the quality and safety of animal products in society.


Pig Slaughtering, Pig Slaughtering Quarantine Issues, Quarantine Personnel Skills Training, Zoonosis

Cite This Paper

Yu Wang. Training System of Pig Slaughtering and Quarantine Personnel. Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 4: 25-36. https://doi.org/10.38007/AJAS.2020.010403.


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