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China floods: economic damage to livestock industry tops US$348 million, 6.4 million chickens dead

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The floods have led to a slight rise in the price of poultry, eggs, beef and mutton, according to the agriculture and rural affairs ministry, while the price of pork – the staple meat in China – has remained stable in recent weeks. Photo: Simon Song

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China floods: economic damage to livestock industry tops US$348 million, 6.4 million chickens deadThe floods have led to a slight rise in the price of poultry, eggs, beef and mutton, according to the agriculture and rural affairs ministry, while the price of pork – the staple meat in China – has remained stable in recent weeks. Photo: Simon Song

The floods have led to a slight rise in the price of poultry, eggs, beef and mutton, according to the agriculture and rural affairs ministry, while the price of pork – the staple meat in China – has remained stable in recent weeks. Photo: Simon Song

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