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      Source: https://www.nongupin.co.kr/news/arti...ml?idxno=95259

      Hadong Duck Farm AI confirmed
      Reporter Name Reporter Baek Jong-soo Input 2022.02.25 10:21 0 Comments


      A highly pathogenic avian influenza occurred at a broiler duck farm in Hadong, Gyeongnam. In terms of poultry farms, the quarantine authorities have no choice but to keep an eye out for the first outbreak in Yeongdong and Yeongnam, including Gyeongnam.

      The Central Avian Influenza Accident Response Headquarters announced on the 22nd that a highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1 type) was confirmed at a duck farm with a capacity of 1,500 animals in Hadong. It is the 45th farm occurrence.

      Since the first outbreak in poultry farms on November 8 last year, it has occurred in 22 duck farms, 14 laying hens, 4 broilers, 1 breeder, 2 native chickens, and 2 quail farms. By region, there are 12 in Chungnam, 10 each in North and South Jeolla Province, 7 in Jeonbuk, 3 in Gyeonggi, 2 in Sejong, and 1 in Gyeongnam...

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            Source: http://world.kbs.co.kr/service/news_...eq_Code=168044

            AI Outbreak Confirmed at Duck Farm in Jeolla County of Goheung
            Written: 2022-03-04 14:07:02 / Updated: 2022-03-04 15:52:03

            A new case of avian influenza(AI) was confirmed at a duck farm in the southwestern Jeolla county of Goheung.

            Authorities from the Central Disaster Management Headquarters said on Friday that the latest case is the 46th case that tested positive for the highly pathogenic H5N1 strain at a poultry farm since last fall.

            The latest farm breeds around 18-thousand ducks and there is no other farms within a 500-meter radius...

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