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Hundreds of Chicken in Tuban Esophageal Dead Bird Flu
Primary TB - detiksurabaya
Tuban - About 700 chickens belonging Slamet Haryadi (30), Tuban District residents died suddenly. Suspected bird species that quail bird flu virus.
This chicken deaths from bird flu virus known since last week. Now the dead chickens that died suddenly were burned and buried the owner, for fear of infecting chickens owned by other breeders.
The data collected from the field on Thursday (2/23/2012) mentions, virus attacks began to be felt Rengel chicken farmers in the region since the beginning of the month. Slowly but can be treated by giving drugs and disinfectant sprays.
But in the past 2 weeks getting a virus attack. Tragically attack instead hit a chicken farm complex owned by Slamet Haryadi.
"We were also surprised, why virus attack so sudden, hundreds of chickens died suddenly of Mr. Slamet," said Robani, in addition to several other people when found in the village of Rengel.
Chicken coop owners know a lot of chickens died suddenly, instantly burn and others are buried. See a change startled, he immediately reported the incident to the Department of Fisheries and Livestock Tuban.
The officer went straight to the location of the chicken coop. They detect the death of hundreds of chickens. Various samples and the results of tests performed lead to the conclusion, if the death of chickens due to bird flu virus.
"At first only a few are dead, but within one week of the death more and more. Even the dive two weeks has reached hundreds of animals," said Basoeki, Head of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health Agriculture and Animal Husbandry confirmed Tuban when reporters.
Appropriate findings in the field, Slamet Haryadi, a new 5 months have the quail poultry business. He bought seeds from farmers in the village of Soko Bangunrejo District, Tuban.
Officers are also direct services to the location where the purchase of poultry. However, from the purchase of the seed after the study found no bird flu virus.
"So the virus that only attacks the cock belongs to Slamet, could be the cause for erratic season, as now," added Basoeki.
To anticipate the spread of the virus, it has asked owners to localize chicken chicken. As well as treatment of infected chickens. It is feared that the virus will spread if the chicken is already in the cage is removed.
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