Sunday, February 24, 2013

Indonesia: #H5N1 in Poultry Suspected in East Java

February 23, 2013
Situbondo: Thousands of ducks owned by the farmers in Situbondo, East Java, was found dead suddenly. Animal suspected bird flu. Hundreds of ducks laying Syaiful villagers belonging demung, Situbondo, died suddenly since Friday (22/2) morning.According to him, since the past week thousands of cattle duck blind with blue eyes. In addition heads flushed and the duck into semponyongan. least a day, said Syaiful, ducks die suddenly each day to 100 tail to 300 tail. "Average ducks suddenly died suddenly three months old," he said. Meanwhile, duck farmers in Sub Suboh, District Mlandingan and Banyuputih also experienced the same thing.According to the Head of Department of Animal Husbandry Situbondo, Gaguk Mujianto, confirmed the existence of thousands of ducks owned by ranchers who died suddenly. Even admitted it was down to the field to see the condition of the dead ducks. Gaguk admitted negative laboratory results of bird flu. However, clinically it believes the symptoms of bird flu. Hence it was still awaiting the results of laboratory diagnosis to Surabaya. To prevent further spread of the deadly virus transmission, direct farmers bury a dead duck in the yard near the cage. (Andi Himawan / DNI) 

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