Indian poultry becoming resistant to bird flu virus? - Times of India

HYDERABAD: Have the birds in India, particularly poultry, adapted to the deadly avian flu virus? Recent trends in the outbreak of bird flu in different parts of the country have led experts to believe that the H5N1 virus may not pose much danger to ...

Bird flu warning for poultry owners in West Sussex - Chichester Observer

Warnings about bird flu have been issued to West Sussex poultry owners by Trading Standards. It comes after two confirmed cases of avian flu in the UK in domestic 'back yard' chicken flocks. Government restrictions require all poultry keepers to move ...

More than 60000 birds to be culled as avian flu sweeps Britain - iNews

More than 60,000 birds are to be culled in Lancashire after avian flu was discovered. (Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images). Dean Kirby 2 months Tuesday January 31st 2017. More than 60,000 farmed birds are to be culled in Lancashire in a bid to ...

ALERT: Bird flu advisory issued for China - News24

Cape Town - Travellers are being warned about travelling to certain countries, a total of 40, that have reported outbreaks of avian flu, commonly known as bird flu, in wild birds and domestic poultry since November 2016. World Health Organization (WHO ...

VIDEO: Bird flu - Facts to help protect your backyard poultry flock - FG Insight

As Avian Influenza (AI) continues to sweep the nation, Lauren Dean takes a look at how backyard flock keepers can best protect their poultry from outbreak. Twitter · Facebook. Share This. Twitter Facebook. Bird flu: Facts to help protect your backyard ...

Fifth 'bird flu' case confirmed as restrictions enter third month - Irish Independent

The H5N8 virus was confirmed in a whooper swan in the south of the county. The Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed has said that avian influenza is now likely well established in wild bird populations across the country and has urged flock owners ...

New case of AI confirmed on game farm in Lancashire - NFU Online

Defra has confirmed a third case of AI in Lancashire on a game bird farm containing 63,000 birds. Test results have confirmed H5N8 Avian Influenza at the premises near Pilling, which is linked to two other sites to have suffered bird flu (details here ...

Fifth case of bird flu in wild swan in Co Roscommon - Irish Farmers Journal

The three cases of H5N8 bird flu detected so far this month were found in wild swans. 1. PrevNext. The Department has confirmed a case of the H5N8 strain of bird flu in Ballinturley, Co Roscommon. The outbreak was confirmed in a whooper swan found on ...

Macedonia reports H5N8 avian influenza outbreak - Manila Bulletin

The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said on Monday Macedonia reported an H5N8 avian influenza outbreak at a farm in a southwest region of the country. Chicken are pictured lock in a poultry farm in Bergentheim November 10, 2016 following ...

Macedonia reports first H5N8 outbreak; more strains noted elsewhere - CIDRAP

In several new avian flu developments, Macedonia today reported its first highly pathogenic H5N8 outbreak, as France reported a recurrence of H5N9 and other strains implicated in outbreaks last year. In addition, as several European countries reported ...

Fifth case of bird flu has been confirmed in Ireland - Irish Mirror

A swan in Ballinturley, Roscommon has tested positive for the H5N8 strain of avian influenza. It comes just five days after a whooper swan was discovered along the Leitrim-Longford border infected with a deadly strain of the virus. In total three swans ...

Bird Flu Fears Growing - AgNet West

The global spread of bird flu is increasing concerns the viruses will be transferred to humans. Global infections of highly pathogenic avian influenza have reached unprecedented levels, according to Reuters. The presence in so many parts of the world ...

AVIAN FLU LATEST: 63000 birds to be culled at Lancashire bird flu farm - FG Insight

The case at Wyre, north west of Preston, was confirmed on January 30. It followed hot on the heels of a discovery of the disease at a Bernard Matthews turkey rearing farm near Boston, Lincolnshire, on Thursday, and a second case in Lancashire. All ...

Fifth case of bird flu confirmed in Ireland - RTE.ie

The latest bird to test positive for H5N8 is a whooper swan in Ballinturley, Roscommon. It is the third swan to have been found to be infected with the virus – the other cases were on the Longford-Leitrim border and in Tipperary. The other two cases ...

Minnesota keeps wary eye on global avian flu outbreaks - Southernminn.com

Brian Foss washes the top of a Gold'n Plump truck Sauk Rapids in an effort to keep the avian flu out of its chicken flocks. (MPR News file). prev. next. ×. 9 remaining of 10. Welcome! We hope that you enjoy our free content. Minnesota poultry farmers ...

Lancashire bird flu: 63000 birds to be culled - BBC News

About 63,000 birds are due to be culled at a Lancashire farm to prevent the spread of bird flu, which has already been found at two nearby premises. The decision was made after animal health investigators were unable to rule out the presence of H5N8 ...

10000 birds slaughtered in France after avian flu detected - talkRADIO (press release)

Ten thousands birds were slaughtered in France last week after one of them was discovered to be carrying avian flu. It is the first time the the highly contagious virus, also known as bird flu, has been discovered in Ile-de-France, in the north of the ...

Government orders cull of 63000 more birds to halt spread of bird flu - Blackpool Gazette

Tens of thousands more birds are to be culled after Government vets were unable to rule out the spread of avian flu. A total of 63,000 birds will be destroyed in the coming days. Officials at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs ...

Macedonia reports outbreak of H5N8 bird flu at farm: OIE - Reuters

PARIS Macedonia reported an outbreak of the highly contagious H5N8 bird flu virus at a farm in the southwestern part of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Monday, citing a report from the local veterinary authorities.

Second bird flu case in Lancashire is confirmed - Lancashire Telegraph

A SECOND outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed in Lancashire, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has said. The H5N8 avian flu strain was confirmed in a flock of about 1,000 pheasants at a premises in Pilling, Preston.