Under the severe situation of the international African swine fever epidemic, returning to off-site breeding can spread risks and maintain biological Diversity. 51353967292_a7a8d29c1d_o Photo Credit: Animal Testing Institute Lanyu pig on the grassland "Lanyu pigs return to the life of the clan again" Chen Jizhong: Agriculture, culture and ecology are inseparable Huang Zhenfang, director of the animal testing institute, said that after 40 years of hard work, the successful return of Lanyu pigs is of great significance to Lanyu's life, culture and historical heritage. "It is a milestone in biodiversity." Shi Laheng said emotionally, "I'm very happy that Lanyu pigs have returned to our lives." He explained that traditionally Lanyu pigs were not only used as food, but also widely integrated with the lives of the tribe.
For example, lard has medicinal properties. popular database use and maintenance. In addition, the Lanyu pig has an important connection with the local flying fish culture. "When the tribe recruits flying fish, they will scoop precious pig blood onto the beach with their own hands to welcome the flying fish, which also symbolizes ecological balance." The animal testing institute said that after the fallen leaves of the Lanyu pigs return to their roots, they will be integrated into major festivals and rituals in Lanyu again as a tribal etiquette. Lian Wengan, the principal of Lanyu High School, said that he will develop Lanyu pig special ingredients through the cooperation between Lanyu High School's catering department and cooking experts, and continue to develop related processed products to
create more value and promote application. Chen Jizhong, chairman of the Agricultural Committee, said that there are important policy implications behind the return of Lanyu pigs. "Agricultural production, cultural history and ecological conservation are closely related and inseparable, and they need to continue to be inherited locally." Islet Pig, Chen Jizhong emphasized that the Agriculture Committee will continue to cooperate with the Aboriginal Association and work hard on issues related to Aboriginal agriculture such as the under-forest economy.