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    Exports of Mexican pork meat to Japan, Korea and the United States currently generate more than 300 million dollars a year. However, this may increase in the short term at least 30% with the implementation of new technologies, such as the application of immunological castration, which is used in some regions of Mexico, but it has not been widespread due to some facts such as lack of education and integration in the chain production.In response, national and international experts in pork meat production and in general veterinary, met in Huatulco, Oaxaca, to start working in the Pork Advisory College (CAP), an organization focused in finding problems of production of pork meat for human consumption, providing viable solutions and to help better information and educate producers, operators and veterinarians.In a press conference, after a comprehensive explanation of the benefits for producers with the implementation of a vaccine for immunological castration called Improvac (developed by Pfizer Animal Health), the experts explained that they are independent of this company, which claimed just offers the infrastructure to support their work in some areas to increase quality in pig farming.

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