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    Thousands of bird flu infected chickens died in Pinrang

    Saturday, November 19, 2011

    Makassar, Seruu.com - Bird Flu or H5N1 virus attacked chickens in virtually all chicken farms in the district centers Pinrang, South Sulawesi.

    Recorded no less than 2000 farmer's chickens died suddenly in the past week.
    Based on info from the Animal Husbandry Department and the local health office, the worst outbreak of avian influenza are being attacked in the Village Tellumpanua, District Suppa, Pinrang. This region, has about 1000 chickens in the past week.

    "On average 100 to 150 birds per day chickens die in our place suddenly," said Andi Iqbal Tanri, local government officials. He added that those chickens that died did characterized by mucus from the mouth and a purple comb. According to Iqbal, it had been an early suspect if their chickens die of bird flu virus.

    "It was our suspicion here that after going through a rapid test that states died of the H5N1 virus positive," said Iqbal again. On his own initiative, the chicken farmers were forced burn the chickens if found dead. Because they are concerned, the virus spread to other areas. In addition, farmers also quite intense spraying disinfectant on chicken cages. [HSB]

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    Re: Indonesia, South Sulawesi - Thousands of bird flu infected chickens died

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    19 November 2011

    Bird Flu Attacks Are Spreading

    PINRANG, Fajar - Widespread outbreak of bird flu on Earth Lasinrang, Pinrang.
    Until Friday, November 18, 14 000 breeder chickens died from bird flu in three districts.


    After the 6500 death of farmer's chickens partners Department of Agriculture and
    Pinrang farms in the village of Awang Sipatokkong and dreamily, District Watang
    Sawitto, the plague is now moving to other districts. Currently the team penanggulan
    Veterinary Subdin not cope with bird flu cases in District Suppa and
    Lanrisang.

    "Yes, bird flu has attacked two farming partners in Tellung Palie, Suppa and
    Kelurahan Lanrisang, Kecamat Lanrisang, "said Kadis Agriculture and Livestock
    Pinrang, Johannis Popang, Saturday, November 18.

    While veterinarians, Martina Elvin who was contacted, admitted the attack on two
    location of the partner's farm, in Tellung Palie Suppa, reported 4000
    chickens that died and Village Lanrisang, 3500 recorded the tail. "The mortality rate
    These include the sudden death and destruction, "Elvin added.

    The vet also said, chickens are destroyed yesterday, conducted by
    cutting chickens positive bird flu. After it burned and then planted the chicken carcass.

    "We'll do the sterilization so that people do not enter the area when not
    wear clothing appropriate operating standards so that the virus does not menyangkit to
    man, "he added.

    While the 4000 culling chickens at the farm Palie Tellung partners, new
    conducted Saturday, November 19, today.

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      Re: Indonesia, South Sulawesi - Thousands of bird flu infected chickens died

      Bird Flu Information Corner

      Pinrang, South Sulawesi ::: Bird flu killed thousands of chickens

      Posted by Ida on November 19, 2011

      Pinrang – Bird flu H5N1 outbroke in Bumi Lasinrang, Pinrang regency, South Sulawesi and killed about 14,000 chickens from 3 sub-districts.

      The outbreak was first identified to kill 6,500 chickens in Sipatokkong and Awang-awang vilages, Watang Sawitto sub-district and then spread to other sub-districts.

      Now, about 4,000 and 3,500 chickens reportedly died of the disease and culling in Tellung Palie of Suppa sub-district and Lanrisang villages of Lanrisang sub-district, respectively.

      Livestock Service has culled the bird flu positive chickens by slaughtering and burying in Lanrisang, and to continue the culling in Suppa, Saturday.



      Source: Indonesia local newspaper, Fajar. http://www.fajar.co.id/read-20111118...burung-meluas-
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        Re: Indonesia, South Sulawesi - Thousands of bird flu infected chickens died

        Polman, South Sulawesi ::: Thousands of chickens die of bird flu

        Posted by Ida on November 25, 2011

        Polewali Mandar – Bird flu attacks hit some areas in Polewali Mandar (Polman) regency, South Sulawesi province within this week. The outbreak caused death of thousands chickens, resulting on million rupiahs loss to the farmers.

        A farmer in Manding sub-district, whose about 2000 chickens died, said the disease was started to kill 18 chickens and subsequently spread to other chickens. The farmer disinfected his own farm to prevent possible disease spreading to other farms.

        Same thing was reported by a farmer in Mambuliling sub-district where the disease has killed 2000 of total 3000 chickens from his farm.

        Until now the Livestock Service has not controlled the situation.

        Source: Indonesia TV news, Liputan 6. http://berita.liputan6.com/read/3645...ernak-bangkrut
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          Re: Indonesia, South Sulawesi - Thousands of bird flu infected chickens died

          No new outbreak(s) reported, a summary of the situation.

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          Wednesday, December 7, 2011 |

          Thousands of Poultry Bird Flu Positive

          Danial M / Fajar


          POULTRY INSPECTION. Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Officer Polman examine poultry in
          the area. In the last six months, thousands of birds in this area of ​​bird flu positive.


          Polewali, FAJAR - Precautions against bird flu should be increased. The reason,
          the spread of the avian H5N1 virus continues to increase as well.
          Specialty Polman, in the last six months of 6387 recorded positive birds flu
          of birds. Amount, beyond which are not recorded by the local Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry.
          However, so far has not happened transmission to humans.

          Data Distanak Polman, 6387 birds scattered in numerous places in some districts in
          this area. In July, the bird flu attacked at least 291 birds at Village Books, District
          Mapilli, Village Polewali, Darma Village, Village Matakali, and Mammi Village, District
          Binuang.

          In August, the birds in the Village of Polewali back into the target, except in the Village
          Batetangnga, District Binuang with tail number 132.

          Subsequently, in September recorded
          207 tails attacked the village Lapeo Campalagian District, Village District Alu Mombi, and the Village
          Mambu Luyo District.

          In October, the attack of bird flu known to spread in the Village District Sumberjo Wonomulyo
          with 20 head of the victim, other than those re-occur in the Village Matakali with tail number 20.
          The number at most, occurred in November 5717 recorded the tail spread in the village of Mammi
          (Binuang), 2,500 tails in the village of Rea (Binuang), 2,000 tails in the Village of Manding (Polewali), and 1,200
          tail in the Village Sulewatang (Polewali).

          Head Distanak Polman, Basir Halim, said the bird flu attack occurs sporadically in
          several locations in November. "For thousands of cases that occurred in the Manding and Polewali recently
          these attacks have been carried out pemusanhan broilers mass because of the potential if not
          destroyed, "said Basir, Tuesday, December 6.

          Noted, several factors that cause thousands of bird flu in birds due to the Uncontrolled movement of livestock.

          For this reason, he said, in the year 2012 will perform Distanak (Livestock Service,ed)
          tighter controls on the transport of livestock traffic, especially at the border
          Polman with Pinrang, South Sulawesi, which is the gateway of West Sulawesi. Will
          placed staff also conduct surveillance on the border-Majene Polman.

          "What is urgently needed as well, the active role of the provincial government to supervise cross-district Sulbar
          in the province, "said former Forestry and Plantation Kadis it.

          In 2012, the budget proposes Distanak Polman Rp300 bird flu
          million for procurement of vaccines and drugs. Including traffic control operational costs
          of livestock. (And)

          Fajar
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