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  • Nepal: Bird flu in poultry confirmed in Dhading

    Source: http://www.myrepublica.com/portal/in...&news_id=46837


    Biird flu confirmed in Dhading
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    DHADING, Dec. 20: The Central Veterinary Lab, Tripureshwar has confirmed that chicken at a poultry farm in Dharke, Naubise in Dhading district died due to bird flu.

    Samples were taken for test from local Laxmi Pokhrel´s poultry farm after the chicken started dying all of a sudden at the poultry farm since December 13...

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    Re: Nepal: Bird flu in poultry confirmed in Dhading

    Source: http://www.myrepublica.com/portal/in...&news_id=46843

    Bird-flu confirmed in Dhading farm
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    KATHMANDU, Dec 20: The government has confirmed bird-flu in a poultry farm in Naubise-1 Dharke of Dhading on Thursday.

    The Central Animal Disease Investigation Laboratory (CADIL) under the Directorate of Animal Health (DoAH) confirmed that the samples of dead chickens were collected on Monday from the poultry farm owned by Laxmi Pokharel.

    “We have formally confirmed the attack of the avian influenza at the farm, where around 3,000 heads of six months old broiler chicken died over a week,” said Dr Narayan Ghimire, spokesperson of DoAH...

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      Re: Nepal: Bird flu in poultry confirmed in Dhading

      Source: http://www.thehimalayantimes.com/ful...&NewsID=358646


      Bird Flu under control: Livestock Department
      Last Updated At: 2012-12-21 7:58 PM
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      KATHMANDU: The Department of Livestock Services has urged the general public to, not panic over the recent news reports about the spread of bird flu, as all necessary precautions have been taken to control it.

      Speaking at a press conference organised by the Department here on Friday, Deputy Director General Dr Ram Krishna Khatiwada said bird flu was first detected in Nepal in 2009 and since then the required control measures have been put in place. "So there is no need for the people to panic", he said...

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