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Kazakhstan reports bird flu outbreaks near Russian border - OIE

  • 24 Sep 11:29

Kazakhstan reports bird flu outbreaks near Russian border - OIE Northern Kazakhstan reported seven outbreaks of avian influenza, said the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) on Thursday. According toReuters, Kazakhstan reported seven outbreaks of highly pathogenic bird flu in backyards and villages in the northern part of the country near the Russian border, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Thursday. The outbreaks killed a total of 1,763 birds and involved the H5 serotype, the OIE said, citing the Kazakh agriculture ministry. According to theOIE documentation, the source of the outbreak or origin of infection was "contact with wild species." The local measures. Read more...

Hong Kong has suspended imports of poultry products from the Tyumen region

  • 9 Sep 12:06

Hong Kong has suspended imports of poultry products from the Tyumen region Kommersant-Ural, citing TASS, reports that the Hong Kong Food Safety Center (CFS) has banned the import of poultry and eggs from the Tyumen region because ofhighly virulent avian influenza A subtype H5 virus in the region. The decision was taken on the basis of the notification of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) about outbreaks of avian influenza. To date, it is known about 10 foci identified in four districts of the Tyumen region. Nine out of ten outbreaks occurred in poultry on private farms. Not a single case of the disease was recorded at the food industry enterprises. The CFS reported that the center will closely monitor the development of. Read more...

Ministry of Agriculture: prices for chicken meat increased sharply

  • 31 Jan 09:20

Ministry of Agriculture: prices for chicken meat increased sharply The Ministry of Agriculture recorded in January an increase in wholesale prices for chicken meat. RBC writes that on January 17, the weighted average price of poultry meat amounted to 117.2 thousand rubles per ton (+ 21.8% compared to the same date of 2018). Earlier it was reported that on January 10, 2019, the weighted average price for chicken meat was at the level of 117.85 thousand rubles (+ 0.3% per week). Retail prices for chicken, according to Rosstat, by January 14 exceeded the prices of January 2018 by 22.4%. The cost of 1 kg of chicken in retail increased to 152.7 rubles (a year ago it was 125.1 rubles / kg). According to IMIT, on January 21. Read more...

Over 6,300 turkeys were killed at Ursdone

  • 18 Jan 08:34

Over 6,300 turkeys were killed at Ursdone On the site of the UN-1 LLC "Ursdon" (part of the Group of Companies "Eurodon") over 37% of the turkey population were killed because of bird flu. These are 6355 birds, according to the information policy department of the government of the Rostov region. It is specified that the indicated site contains a turkey at the age of 273 days. In samples of pathological material from a fallen bird, employees of the Rostov regional veterinary laboratory identified the genome of the bird flu virus of the H5 subtype. The territory within a radius of 5 km from the site located in the Ust-Donetsk region is now considered a threatened zone, and within a radius of 10. Read more...

Peacocks Hit by Bird Flu in China

  • 18 Dec 16:36

Peacocks Hit by Bird Flu in China Over 350 peacocks died on a farm in Hunan province in China, after an outbreak of H5N6 highly pathogenic avian influenza.Another 5433 birds were destroyed to prevent. Read more...

World Poultry: Global trends of bacteria enteritis

  • 10 Dec 12:42

World Poultry: Global trends of bacteria enteritis In a troubled year for the global poultry sector it is no surprise that biosecurity and disease prevention should be a prominent feature of the final issue of World Poultry in 2015. Packed full of 14 articles covering all aspects of the poultry industry, Elanco’s assessment of bacteria enteritis is the cover story. Elanco Animal Health recently released its findings from its fourth Bacterial Enteritis Global Impact Assessment (BEGIA) which provides insights into the ongoing trends of this disease which continues to have an important impact on the poultry industry. Covering 4 pages, the article contains all the latest facts and figures about. Read more...

Economic Implications of the 2014-2015 Bird Flu

  • 19 Jun 13:53

Economic Implications of the 2014-2015 Bird Flu As the infection rate of avian influenza in the US slows, the economic implications could be only just beginning, write John Newton and Todd Kuethe from the University of Illinois' Farmdoc Daily project. In a previous Farmdoc Daily article in May, we reviewed USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Update on Avian Influenza data with respect to USDA Census identified county-level poultry populations to provide perspective on the magnitude of the ongoing bird flu outbreak. At the time of that article, there were 133 confirmed cases representing 25.7 million birds affected in the US. A majority of the confirmed cases were in Upper Midwest states. 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...