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    In South Kalimantan - Banjar Regency

    Source: http://www.sripoku.com/view/27420/3...._mati_mendadak

    3.128 Ayam Mati Mendadak
    Sriwijaya Post - Rabu, 17 Februari 2010 12:55 WIB

    Google translation:

    Sudden Chicken Dead 3128
    Sriwijaya Post - Wednesday, February 17, 2010 12:55 pm

    MARTAPURA - poultry farmers in the 20th District in East OKU district last month made a half dizzy. Chickens because they owned a lot of cattle that died suddenly suspected bird flu virus (Avian Influenza) or the H5N1 virus.

    Based on the recognition of a number of citizens who met on Wednesday (17 / 2), the number of dead chickens were originated from misterus uncertain weather. Also from all the floodwaters that hit housing residents and sometimes their own livestock.

    Residents perceived as residing in the village of Jaya Mulya Semendawai Sub Tribe III. According to residents in the village death of dozens of chickens were reared chickens originated from conditions which do not look healthy with similar characteristic terkenda bird flu, the next few hours and then die without any apparent reason.

    Head of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (Disnakkan) East OKU, Drs MM Yulianto Alief through Ir I Gusti Made as Kabid Guatmika Animal Health, Veterinary Public Health (Keswan Kesmavet) as confirmed mention until Wednesday (16 / 2) recorded 3128 birds had died suddenly that occurred in eight District of District 20 in East OKU Regency.

    "This number will likely grow UPTD remember there have not reported because the area of their work area so far, plus the weather conditions which until now is still uncertain," he said.
    Last edited by sharon sanders; October 20th, 2010, 07:27 AM. Reason: added location above in italics

  • #2
    Re: Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan: Suspected AI poultry deaths

    Source: http://www.sripoku.com/view/27620/un...g_masuk_sumsel

    Unggas Dilarang Masuk Sumsel
    Sriwijaya Post - Jumat, 19 Februari 2010 16:53 WIB

    Google translation:

    Poultry No entry Sumsel
    Sriwijaya Post - Friday, February 19, 2010 16:53 pm

    PALEMBANG - Although not yet confirmed the cause of death of 3128 chickens in several districts in East OKU district was caused by the H5N1 virus (bird flu) or the Animal Husbandry Department tetelo but South Sumatra South Sumatra impose standby status of AI 1. To that end, 105 officers of bird flu team, especially in East OKU started spraying and isolate the traffic flow of poultry in East OKU.

    "A blood test was done and sent to Central Laboratory in Lampung. All have placed some of the special team handling bird flu," said Head Ranch South Sumatra, after the launch of the card Asrilazi new civil servants in the South Sumatra provincial page, Friday (19 / 2).

    In addition to sending a team, South Sumatra provincial government also coordinates with the Animal Quarantine Office to immediately conduct surveillance in poultry through the air. So also with land lines, especially the border areas, such as OKU, including East OKU Muaraenim. "All the veterinarian who owned the Office is currently deployed to anticipate the spread of bird flu. If there is any indication, direct isolation done," he said.

    As reported previously Sripo, poultry farmers in the 20th District in East OKU district last month made a half dizzy. Chickens because they owned a lot of cattle that died suddenly suspected bird flu virus (Avian Influenza) or the H5N1 virus.

    Based on the recognition of a number of citizens who met on Wednesday (17 / 2) then, the number of dead chickens were originated from misterus uncertain weather. Also from all the floodwaters that hit housing residents and their property corral. Residents perceived as residing in the village of Jaya Mulya Semendawai Sub Tribe III. According to residents in the village death of dozens of chickens were reared chickens originated from conditions which do not look healthy with similar characteristic of bird flu and died several hours later without any apparent reason.

    Head of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (Disnakkan) East OKU, Drs MM Yulianto Alief through Ir I Gusti Made as Kabid Guatmika Animal Health, Veterinary Public Health (Keswan Kesmavet) as confirmed mention until Wednesday (16 / 2) recorded 3128 birds had died suddenly that occurred in eight District of District 20 in East OKU Regency.

    "This number will likely grow UPTD remember there have not reported because the area of their work area so far, plus the weather conditions which until now is still uncertain," he said.
    Looks like what happened in East OKU, Asrilazi not want to missed.

    "All poultry from outside into the South Sumatra must be accompanied by a certificate from a veterinarian. Tapa letter, poultry banned in South Sumatra," said Asrilazi.
    Husin

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    • #3
      Re: Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan: Suspected AI poultry deaths

      Source: http://www.sripoku.com/view/38483/ke...masih_diisolir

      Kelurahan Sukajadi Masih Diisolir
      Sriwijaya Post - Rabu, 16 Juni 2010 16:51 WIB

      Google translation:

      Still isolated Sukajadi Kelurahan
      Sriwijaya Post - Wednesday, June 16, 2010 16:51 AM

      PALEMBANG - Village East Prabumulih Sukajadi the commotion in the number of chickens died suddenly in May and then allegedly hit by bird flu virus (H5N1), until now his status is still isolated. South Sumatra provincial Animal Husbandry Department was still awaiting results of tests virgin tests birds from Central Veterinary Investigation and Testing (Animal Health) Regional III Lampung. By then, Talbot Field Supervisor in the supervision team.

      As reported previously Sukajadi Village residents, created an uproar last May with the discovery of chickens that died suddenly in one of citizen's house. These chickens died suddenly due to suspected bird flu (avian influenza). Even after a sample tested by the Department of Health, the chickens were positive of bird flu.

      The event was originally known to the owner of a chicken found four of his chickens died suddenly about 11:00 o'clock. is then followed by dozens of chickens owned by residents of other villages. Head of Animal Husbandry Department Sumsel Ir Asrillazi told reporters, Wednesday (16 / 6), said he had contacts with local health officers are so quick to say the cause of death was due to avian viruses H5N! so that stirred up the population. Though, to be able to find out whether or not the H5N1 positive, the research must be done.

      "For there is a laboratory in Lampung, South Sumatra. So we take the sample to get there. Maybe two days have been no results," he said.

      Say, five officers trained bird flu in Australia was sent to the location and conduct surveillance activities and collection and examination of samples of cattle blood serum specimens. In fact, through the Public Health Service team is also taking and examination of blood serum from the cage some poultry workers Ras. "So the outcome is not yet known. It can not directly say bird flu positive.'ll Disturbing other residents," he said.

      For a while, Sukajadi still isolated. That is, flows in and out of poultry stopped temporarily until there is assurance of the laboratory results.
      Husin

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      • #4
        Re: Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan: Suspected AI poultry deaths

        Source: http://www.sripoku.com/view/38844/la..._di_prabumulih

        Lagi, Flu Burung Serang Ternak di Prabumulih

        Flu_burung.jpg
        SRIPO/MUKSIN TM

        Google translation:

        Again, Bird Flu in Prabumulih Animal Attack

        Flu_burung.jpg
        SRIPO / MUKSIN TM
        Officials from the Office of the middle Prabumulih PPKPP destroy cattle infected chickens Avian Influenza virus, Sunday (20 / 6) in the Village of Cape Raman, Prabumulih. Earlier the virus was also attacked chickens in a village Sukajadi, Prabumulih.
        Sriwijaya Post - Sunday, June 20, 2010 15:44 AM

        Prabumulih - Bird flu outbreak in Prabumulih back. After the previous attack Sukajadi Village, now the H5N1 virus that attacked the village of Tanjung Raman region, South Prabumulih, Sunday (20 / 6).

        The virus that attacked dozens of birds were known to attack chickens belonging Herwanto, residents of Cape Raman Village. Herwanto confess, before reporting the incident to the Office of PPKPP, chicken flocks are found in conditions of sudden death in the last three days.

        Herwanto initially suspected chicken pecked to death of snakes. But the next day was another chicken that died even up to the chicks.

        "Because I was afraid to report to DPPKPP," he said.

        Raman Cape region had handed over a suspected bird flu disease. Almost all chickens die suddenly unless his cattle.

        Head of Department PPKPP Ir H Soegiono and his staff including Nora drh Gustina came down with full equipment when down to the location to declare the chickens that died of bird flu positive. Unfortunately, they have difficulties when they want to destroy the remaining chicken because whole chicken is outside the cage.

        Officers then mengakalinya with feed and rice that have been given poison. This was done so that the chickens are eating dead food. However, it is less effective measures. Digestion of chicken slow poison reaction mengakibatnya not work optimally. Officers eventually shot and killed dozens of chickens initiative is left with a BB gun.

        This method is quite effective, although the officers had to work hard and styled like a hunter in the woods, all chickens belonging Herwanto died instantly. After slaughtering the chickens out alleged to have been infected with bird flu, the officers immediately sprayed all over the cage and the house, including offices located around the site.
        Try Muksin Marnandez

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        • #5
          Re: Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan: Suspected AI poultry deaths

          Source: http://www.sripoku.com/view/38902/ay..._ditembak_mati

          Ayam Diracun dan Ditembak Mati
          Sriwijaya Post - Senin, 21 Juni 2010 10:06 WIB

          Google translation:

          Chickens Poisoned and Shot Dead

          Sriwijaya Post - Monday, June 21, 2010 10:06 AM

          Prabumulih, SRIPO - After the previous attack Sukajadi Village, the H1N1 virus re-attack the other regions in Prabumulih. Dozens of chickens belonging Herwanto, Tanjungraman Village, South Prabumulih, sudden death from bird flu, Sunday (20 / 6).

          Herwanto confess, before reporting the incident to the Office of PPKPP, chicken flocks are found in conditions of sudden death the last three days. Environmental citizen I initially thought Tanjungraman Village chickens pecked to death by a snake. However, the death of chicken have been transmitted the next day. This time turn the chicken that died. Because of fear, she then reported the findings to the Office of PPKPP.

          Herwanto call, transmission of bird flu is believed to occur because the chickens left free. Although dikandangkan, whole chickens in the daytime foraging in the wild. Another allegation because the village had been attacked Tanjungraman suspected bird flu disease. Almost all residents of livestock chicken died suddenly at the time except his own.

          Head of Department PPKPP Ir H Soegiono and his staff including Nora drh Gustina came down with full equipment at the location to declare the chickens that died of bird flu positive. Unfortunately, they have difficulties when they want to destroy the remaining chicken because whole chicken is outside the cage.

          Officers then mengakalinya with feed and rice that have been given poison. This was done so that the chickens are eating dead food. But, the move is less effective. Digestion of chicken slow poison reaction mengakibatnya not work optimally. Officers eventually shot and killed dozens of chickens initiative is left with a BB gun.

          This method is quite effective, although the officers had to work hard and styled like a hunter in the woods, all chickens belonging Herwanto died instantly. After slaughter and burn the chickens suspected to have contracted bird flu, the officers immediately sprayed all over the cage and the house, including offices located around the site.

          Soegiono say, bird flu outbreaks this year allegedly have spread to the entire region Prabumulih. Therefore, it set the alert status of the bird flu attack. Soegiono who was accompanied by drh Nora Gustina asserted, the easiest bird flu virus attacked residents poultry because poultry are not allowed to roam free and clean. Although determine the status of bird flu alert, Soegiono urge residents not to panic with a virus attack. What is important according to him, when they found that chickens died suddenly soon report to duty PPKPP so precautions can be taken immediately. (CR2)

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