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  • Indonesia: H5N1 bird flu suspected in duck deaths in Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta

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    Suspected Exposure to H5N1, hundreds of ducks in Bantul Sudden Death

    Team Coverage 6 SCTV
    Posted: 26.02.2013 05:07, Bantul: Hundreds of ducks owned by farmers in Bantul, Yogyakarta, died suddenly in the last week. As ducks belonging Sarjowiyono, villagers Baros, Bantul, before finally dying. In the last week, more than 60 of his ducks died suddenly after suffering seizure-like symptoms.

    Initially the dead ducks seen circling and flounder until finally no longer able to stand. Within hours, livestock die one by one despite various treatments he has done.

    Death ducks with the same symptoms not only affects Sarjowiyono.

    Dozens of farmers in the village adjacent to the mouth of the River Opak also suffered losses due to hundreds of pet birds died suddenly.

    To avoid the wider impact, officials urged residents not in direct contact with poultry. Officers also took samples for further investigation, while the rest were destroyed by fire.

    Based on research conducted animal health officials, duck deaths allegedly due to the H5N1 bird flu virus. (Ado)
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    Re: Indonesia: H5N1 bird flu suspected in duck deaths in Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta


    Kematian Itik Karena Flu Burung
    DIY , Selasa 26 Februari 2013 - 21:28

    Google translation:

    Ducks For Bird Flu Death
    DIY, Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - 21:28 - The cause of the deaths of hundreds of ducks in the village hamlets Baros Tirtohargo Kretek Bantul District confirmed due to bird flu or Avian Influenza. The results of a quick test by officers of animal health posts Sanden on duck carcasses of dead states are avian influenza virus.
    Received a report that there is the death of hundreds of ducks in hamlets Baros team of animal health posts Sanden District Agriculture and Forestry Bantul directly to the scene. In one of the cages of ducks belonging Sarjo number of ducks that live there but there is also paralysis. Officers took the carcasses and took fur to do rapid test. After some time the test results showed that the chicken carcasses containing avian influenza virus or bird flu.

    Earlier it was reported that approximately two-weekly lot of duck owned by residents in hamlets Baros sudden death. Although already given drugs and vitamins, but still their livestock died. Residents confusion because bari once their cattle suffered a deadly disease.

    According to Dr. Sanden animal health posts, Sri Ismawati it will perform laboratory tests to determine the type of AI virus that attacks cattle owned by residents. Next to the dead cattle are advised to be destroyed by fire and buried. In order to minimize the spread of the virus residents also asked impound cattle and spraying disinfectant. (Purwanto - Bantul)