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Indonesia: H5N1 in chickens in Wonogiri, Central Java

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    Flu Burung Kembali Serang Wonogiri, 80 Ayam Mati
    Aris Arianto -
    Rabu, 13 Maret 2013 | 16:06 WIB

    Google translation:

    Bird Flu Back Attack Winton, 80 Chicken Dead
    Aris Arianto -
    Wednesday, March 13, 2013 | 16:06 pm

    Winton - Cases of Avian Influenza Wonogiri region to attack again. Dozens of chickens owned by a resident in the village Ngaglik, District Bulukerto found dead suddenly.

    Death about 80 chickens began when a cock in a cage removed owners. Further back in the cage was in a state hospital, then ended in the death of the chickens of all ages.

    Head of Livestock Fisheries and Marine Wonogiri Rully Pramod Retno through Head of Animal Health, pint Surono said chickens death occurred on Saturday (9/3) until Monday (11/3). "Total chicken in a cage was 100 individuals, who died 80 tails. Initially there was a rooster that is released from the cage, and once inside the cage again already sick. Suspected chicken was sick and contagious to others. Positive Bird Flu. By the owner directly burned, "he said, Wednesday (13/3).

    It said the stable conditions also affect the spread of bird flu virus. Cage previously the site of the enlargement of ornamental plants and still paranet aka plastic netting on top. Being too close to the grove of trees, sunlight difficult to enter.

    Meanwhile, based on data from the year 2012 to March 2013 found that there were 266 village chickens died from bird flu. The amount is spread over six villages in five districts. The findings in March became the first discovery in 2013.

    As reported there are 19 districts in Wonogiri endemic bird flu. Among Wonogiri District, Selogiri, Wuryanyoto, Manyaran, Eromoko, Pracimantoro, Giritontro, Baturetno, Batuwarno, Tirtomoyo, Nguntoronadi, Ngadirojo, Sidoharjo, Jatisrono, Jatipurno, Slogohimo, Kismantoro, Bulukerto, Puhpelem...