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Belarus imposed temporary restrictions on the imports of poultry from Bulgaria

  • 26 Feb 09:12

Belarus imposed temporary restrictions on the imports of poultry from Bulgaria Belarus imposed temporary restrictions on the imports of poultry from Kardzhali region of Bulgaria due to Newcastle disease. As of February 20, Belarus will no longer import live poultry and poultry processed products. Still, the country will allow the import of feed for some pets (cats and dogs), provided that the products are heat treated. The Department of Veterinary and Food Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus announced that the decision was taken following the announcement made by World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) of a case of Newcastle disease reported. Read more...

UAE bans poultry imports from Russia

  • 22 Jan 08:59

UAE bans poultry imports from Russia The measure applies for products coming certain parts of the country due to an outbreak of a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu. The UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment on Thursday announced that it is banning the import of all species of birds and its meat products from certain areas in Russia due to an outbreak of a highly pathogenic strain of bird flu, reportsGulf News. The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) confirmed the existence of the H5N2 virus in the region of Rostovskaya Oblast in Russia. The ban applies to all species of domestic and wild live birds, ornamental birds, chicks, hatching eggs, meats and meat products and non-heat-treated. Read more...

Belarus banned poultry imports from regions in China and Bulgaria

  • 5 Oct 10:46

Belarus banned poultry imports from regions in China and Bulgaria Belarusian authorities have suspended the imports of poultry from regions in China and Bulgaria due to the bird flu outbreaks reported in those countries. The Department of Veterinary and Food Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food informed that the outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (AI) have occurred in the Guizhou province, China, and the Plovdiv region of Bulgaria. Starting from October 3, temporary restrictions are imposed on the import of live poultry, hatching eggs, wild, zoo and circus animals, poultry meat, egg powder, melange, albumin and other food products from processing poultry from these regions , hunting trophies (game. Read more...

Belarus bans poultry imports from French region over AI fears

  • 12 Sep 08:59

Belarus bans poultry imports from French region over AI fears Belarusian authorities have imposed temporary restrictions on poultry imports from the Brittany region in France due to a reported outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza (AI). The Department of Veterinary and Food Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture in Belarus has received a notification from the World Animal Health organization (OIE) regarding a new outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza registered in the departments of Morbihan, Finistère in the Brittany region, as reported by BelTA. Starting from September 1, the French region may no longer export to Belarus live poultry, hatching eggs, wild, zoo and circus animals, poultry meat,. Read more...

Belarus banned poultry imports from two Russian regions

  • 15 Aug 09:40

Belarus banned poultry imports from two Russian regions Authorities from Belarus have imposed temporary restrictions on the import of poultry from Mari El and Chuvashia after the detection of bird flu outbreaks in the regions. The Department of Veterinary and Food Inspection of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Belarus has announced the ban after receiving a notification from the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) regarding the detection of new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (AI) virus in poultry from producers located in the Russian republics of Mari El and Chuvash, as reported by the Russian press agency TASS. The Belarusian officials said the restrictions will affect the importation from. Read more...

Belarus bans poultry imports from a region in Belgium

  • 26 Jul 10:48

Belarus bans poultry imports from a region in Belgium Authorities from Belarus have announced the ban on poultry imports from the Flanders region, Belgium, after an outbreak of Newcastle disease, BelTA reports. The International Epizootic Bureau has said a case of the Newcastle disease in poultry has been detected in the East Flanders region. Temporary restrictions have been imposed on the import of live poultry, incubation and edible eggs, poultry meat, all types of poultry products and processed poultry products to Belgium from this region. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food in Belgium has announced it will take additional control measures to ensure the protection of large poultry farms in. Read more...

Further drop of poultry imports forecast in Russia

  • 6 Nov 13:30

Further drop of poultry imports forecast in Russia The share of imported poultry meat in Russia is expected to drop to 7% this year, compared to 10% in 2014, the head of the executive committee of the National Meat Association, Sergey Yushin has indicated. Experts suggest that reducing the supply of chicken meat from abroad has had a positive impact on the domestic market and the prices on chicken will decline. Increased poultry production efficiency "In general, we can say that the growth and production of poultry will continue. The production efficiency is increasing, largely due to the growing competition between Russian manufacturers. This year the volume of imports will not exceed 7%,". Read more...

Armenia Bans US Poultry Imports

  • 2 Jun 10:58

Armenia Bans US Poultry Imports Armenia has banned the import of poultry products from a number of US states over bird flu concerns, the press service of the Armenian Agriculture Ministry’s service on food safety has said. The country imposed the ban on import of all kinds of poultry products, including raw materials from 17 US states, reportedSputnik International. The ban list includes Arkansas, California, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Since December 2014, commercial poultry farms in multiple US states have been hit by avian influenza, affecting over 40 million birds. The virus. Read more...