The African swine fever situation isn’t improving in China. Pipestone Holdings veterinarian Gordon Spronk is back in the U.S. following a trip to the country in late March and says China is trying to improve biosecurity via transport systems. “They’ve been purchasing their own trucks, improving the transport system, truck washes and truck drying systems,” says Spronk. “Anything else they can do to stop the movement.” Biosecurity measures are also being implemented in the U.S. Listen to the story.