October 25, 2012
Bengkulu (ANTARA News) - Outbreaks of avian influenza virus (H5N1) began to attack the city of Bengkulu up to several villages and caused the death of chickens owned by residents continues to grow. "bird flu affected poultry growing in October, we returned to find the last dead chickens Kelurahan Nusa Indah suddenly," said Head of the Department of Agriculture and Livestock of Bengkulu, Arif Gunadi Thursday. Chickens that died suddenly in Kelurahan Nusa Indah Kecamatan Ratu Agung was the Queen of seven tails.
Its owner, Rudi, after finding cattle died suddenly immediately report to the Department of Agriculture and Livestock of Bengkulu. "chickens that died suddenly was positive for bird flu after testing with a rapid test.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the Bird Flu Disease Control (PPFB) Bengkulu province, Emran Kuswadi, said that in addition to the eight villages in Bengkulu city, as many as 10 birds were also found dead suddenly in the Desa Bandaratu Kabupaten Mukomuko result of bird flu.
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