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  • Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

    Source: http://jambi.tribunnews.com/2012/11/...-mati-mendadak


    Home » Jambi » Batanghari
    Di Pijoan Seratusan Ayam Mati Mendadak
    Tribun Jambi - Senin, 19 November 2012 22:29 WIB

    Google translation:

    Home »Jambi» Batanghari
    In Pijoan hundred Sudden Death Chickens
    Jambi Tribune - Monday, November 19, 2012 22:29 PM

    Tribune reporters Reports Jambi Suang Sitanggang
    SENGETI, Tribun-RT 05 Village Residents Pijoan, Outside City District Jambi, Jambi Muaro, swallowing losses slightly. It's a hundred local pet chickens that died suddenly. Chicken mortality events begin to take place on Saturday (17/11).

    One of the people whose chickens died suddenly it was Suprianto. He claimed his chickens that died suddenly had about 50 birds. Starting last Saturday, and this morning still many are dead, "he said. He calls the dead chicken is a type of chicken.

    He did not have a clear cause of death of the chicken. But before the sudden death of chickens spread in place, the same spread in the neighboring villages, the Village and Village Lopak Aur Strait, District Pemayung, Batanghari (Desa Selat dan Desa Lopak Aur, Kecamatan Pemayung, Kabupaten Batanghari.)

    He said almost all the residents who raise chickens at RT, experiencing the same event. Before dying, he said, the chicken looks a seizure, then limp. After a seizure, not long before the chickens died. We do not know what diseases are attacked our cattle, "he said.


    Frans, other residents said, until yesterday had five chickens that died bangkoknya. She said the last incident yesterday morning. This morning there were dead again. We worry that the disease continues to spread, and making people pet chickens all died in this place, "he said.

    He called, a disease affecting chickens in the village was likely transmitted from a previous illness attacking chickens in the village Strait. A week before our chickens died suddenly, the same is already happening in a neighboring village. Almost the same type of illness, "he explained.

    Tribune Information obtained from the Department of Livestock and Fisheries Batanghari, sudden death of chickens in District Pemayung, Newcastle viral deseases (ND). Viral diseases are often referred to as the citizens of Newcastle disease.

    Residents in the Village Pijoan own hope that the officials of the Animal Husbandry Department Muaro Jambi to come check and examine the causes of death of chickens in there. Residents worry that chicken deaths due to bird flu. We hope that the officer checks down, "please Suprianto.

    He called up yesterday morning, there were no officers down to the cause of death was checking the chicken. No one came, so we expect to be quick in coming. We want to get this cock certainty the cause of death, "he said.


    Minah, other residents, who also swallowed a lot of losses, adding, residents hope the government can help kill the virus that causes the disease, and prevent transmission. He said that if the disease continues to grow, and spread to neighboring villages, thousands of chickens will die.

    Author: Suang
    Editor: ridwan
    Sources: Tribune Jambi

  • #2
    Re: Indonesia: Chicken deaths reported in Jambi, Sumatra - H5N1 Bird flu confirmed

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    Thursday, November 22, 2012 | 18:45 pm

    NATIONAL

    Hundreds of Chickens in Jambi Dead - Bird Flu

    Health Department also received reports of chicken deaths in another village.

    Thursday, November 22, 2012, 17:45 Eko Huda S, Ramond EPU (Jambi)



    Officers eradicate bird flu infected chickens (Antara / Nyoman Budhiana)


    VIVAnews - The bird flu virus attacked hundreds of chickens in the District Muaro Jambi, Jambi. Laboratory examination conducted local animal husbandry department showed at least 800 chickens died of bird flu virus.

    "From the results of tests conducted on the dead chickens in the village of Naga farmers belonging Sari, was positive for bird flu," said Head of Livestock Muaro Jambi, Parahuman Lubis, Thursday, November 22, 2012.
    menjerlaskan He Husbandry Department immediately tested after receiving reports from the public about this phenomenon. "Most of the dead chickens owned by breeder chickens that are specific to the hatchery," he explained. Hundreds of chickens in the village Nagasari died in a span of less than two weeks.

    Because I had tested positive for bird flu, the Animal Husbandry Department took the initiative to destroy the remaining chicken. "Farmers also been banned mejual bird flu infected chickens to the community, because it is dangerous," said Parahuman. To prevent the spread of bird flu virus, he said, the Department of Animal Husbandry has done spraying disinfectant in the village Nagasari.

    "We ask people not remove the chicken from the cage.'s To avoid wider contagion," he said. Parahuman add, other than in the village Nagasari, Animal Husbandry Department Muaro Jambi also received reports of chicken deaths in the village in large numbers Pijoan. "For in the village Pijoan unknown results of the examination as many dead chicken carcasses that have been thrown away and buried residents., But likely also because of bird flu," he said.

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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

      Source: http://www.beritasatu.com/nusantara/...-di-jambi.html

      Flu Burung Merebak di Jambi
      Kamis, 22 November 2012 | 18:27

      Google translation:

      Bird flu outbreak in Jambi
      Thursday, November 22, 2012 | 18:27

      Hundreds of chickens that died suddenly were known to occur in the two villages.

      At least 800 chickens died suddenly in the village Nagasari, District Mestong, Muarojambi regency, Jambi, tested positive for bird flu after laboratory checks by the local Animal Husbandry Department.

      "From the results of tests conducted on the dead chickens in the village of Naga farmers belonging Sari, positive bird flu," said Chief District Veterinary Office Muarojambi, Parahuman Lubis in Jambi, today.

      According to him, the test performed immediately after getting a report of the presence of hundreds of chickens died suddenly. "Most of the dead chickens are kind of chicken that are specific to the hatchery," he said.

      He said the data received from the Department of Animal Husbandry Muarojambi, 800 chickens that died in the village Nagasari in just less than two weeks.

      Having tested positive for bird flu, the Animal Husbandry Department Muarojambi take the initiative to carry out the destruction of the remaining chicken. "Farmers also been banned mejual bird flu infected chickens to the community, because it is dangerous," she said.

      In order for the bird flu does not spread more widely, the local animal husbandry department has been spraying disinfectant Nagasari village. "Spraying is we do. Residents are asked not remove chicken from a cage.'s To avoid the transmission of a greater," explained Parahuman.

      He added that, in addition to the village Nagasari, it is also another report that too many Pijoan village chickens died suddenly. "For in the village Pijoan unknown results of the examination.

      Because many chicken carcasses are discarded dead and buried people. But most likely also due to bird flu, "he said.
      Author: Ratna Nuraini

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

        Source: http://us.nasional.news.viva.co.id/n...-ayam-di-jambi

        Flu Burung Bantai Ribuan Ekor Ayam di Jambi
        Pihak berwenang tidak mau buru-buru menyatakan penyakit itu mewabah
        Jum'at, 21 Desember 2012, 00:02 Sandy Adam Mahaputra, Ramond EPU (Jambi)

        Google translation:

        Butcher Bird Flu Chicken Tail Thousands in Jambi
        The authorities do not want to rush declared disease outbreak
        Friday, December 21, 2012, 00:02 Sandy Adam Mahaputra, Ramond EPU (Jambi)

        Headline - recent weeks, thousands of chickens died suddenly in Murojambi District, Jambi Province. Four village chickens died suddenly in the village Nagasari, Kumpeh, Simpang Strait and the Talang Duku was confirmed bird flu virus.

        Not stopping there, the DVO new Muarojambi received reports that residents in the district and Sengeti Sekernan back hundreds of chickens died suddenly.

        "There are about a hundred more chickens died suddenly again. Symptoms are exactly the same as the other villages of bird flu," said Chief District Veterinary Office Muarojambi, Parahuman Lubis, Thursday, December 20, 2012.

        He explained that, after getting reports of people, it went down to the field and spraying disinfectant. "Immediately we spray the chicken and cage, so that the bird flu virus does not spread," he explained.

        Repeatedly recognized Lubis Muarojambi Husbandry Department outreach to farmers in order to maintain the cleanliness of the cages. So the bird flu virus attacks can be anticipated by the breeder.

        "If the chickens are bred to die suddenly, we expect to immediately report to the Animal Husbandry Department officials, in order to direct spraying," he said.

        Although many chickens died at Muarojambi, but denied Lubis said endemic. "It's a lot lately, but not endemic. Avian flu can also arise due to the weather," he said.

        In addition, each area of ​​bird flu after spraying disinfectant Lubis said no more dead chickens. "That means the virus is dead and do not attack other chickens," he explained. (Ren)

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        • #5
          Re: Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

          Bird Flu Attack Thousands of Chickens in Jambi
          Friday, 21 December, 2012 | 10:35 WIB

          TEMPO Interactive, Jambi: In recent weeks, thousands of chickens in four villages in Muarojambi district, Jambi Province, had suddenly died, suspected of bird flu. Two other districts, Sekernan and Sengeti, were also attacked, but the deaths were in the several of hundreds only.

          Muarojambi Head of Livestock Office, Parahuman Lubis, reported on Dec. 20 that losses were estimated at hundreds of millions of rupiahs.
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          • #6
            Re: Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

            Source: http://jambi.tribunnews.com/2012/12/...-kerinci-cemas

            Flu Burung
            Warga Kerinci Cemas
            Tribun Jambi - Senin, 24 Desember 2012 09:38 WIB

            Google translation:

            Bird Flu
            Kerinci Residents Worried
            Jambi Tribune - Monday, December 24, 2012 09:38 PM


            TRIBUNJAMBI.COM, KERINCI - New Villagers and village as red as red, (Warga Desa Baru Semerah dan Desa Semerah) District Sitinjau Laut, Kerinci regency, restless due to the number of chickens they die suddenly. Residents worry the bird flu virus that had plagued year, again attacked.
            According to residents Marjohan, chicken sudden death have occurred since a few weeks ago. Although it does not take place simultaneously, the chickens are in a cage, also eventually die, too.
            At home I currently have only two tails. The others had died suddenly, since last two weeks, "said Marjohan, confirmed Sunday Tribune (22/12) yesterday. He said did not know the disease affecting chickens.
            Marjohan said besides his chickens, his neighbor's chickens are also many dead. "As seen in the morning and in the afternoon the chicken was healthy, but the night is dead," he said.
            He was concerned, the sudden death of chickens, caused by bird flu previously been attacking livestock in the region's residents. "In 2011, then, it had occurred chickens died suddenly, and when officers checked, it was positive for bird flu," explained Marjohan.
            Marjohan requested that the relevant office right down to the field, to ascertain the cause of death of chickens residents, and at the same time spraying so that the disease is spreading.
            "If only attacking chickens alone may not need to fuss. We fear there are people who follow attacked. For that we expect officers down to the village to ensure the disease, "he said.
            Similar delivered by Ratna. He also claimed livestock chickens died suddenly. "Initially my chickens healthy. However, after being locked up in the old chicken coop, suddenly ill and died instantly, "he said.
            Ratna claimed, is indeed a former chicken coop old chicken coop chickens had also died suddenly. "Symptoms are similar to illnesses suffered by chickens last year. Hopefully this time it is not due to bird flu, "he concluded.
            Information obtained Tribune, other than occurred in the two villages, the sudden death of chickens occurred in other villages. In 2011, the area was once attacked by the bird flu virus.

            Could Be Due to Bird Flu
            Sudden death of chickens in New Villages as red, (Warga Desa Baru Semerah dan Desa Semerah) District Sitinjau Laut, Kerinci regency, as well as some of the villages adjacent to the area, it could be due to the bird flu virus attacks.
            In 2011 the last several villages in the district Sitinjau Laut, once exposed to the bird flu virus outbreak, which resulted in thousands of dead chickens.

            "Yes, it could be the cause is due to bird flu, because the previous year the area is also the same case happened," said Head of Animal Health, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Kerinci regency, Aryan.
            Contacted Tribune, Sunday (23/12) yesterday, Aryan has promised to go to the field, to ascertain the cause of death of the chicken. "We will instruct the clerk to immediately fall spraying," he said.
            To ascertain the cause of death of livestock citizens, Head Keswan Disnakan this Kerinci, said it would conduct a test. "It will be our first test, whether caused by bird flu or any other disease," he added.
            He asked that citizens not to panic because of the incident. "Obviously people who mengosumsi sick chickens. The chicken will be eaten, should be thoroughly cooked first, "he said.
            He also reminded residents to not throw a dead chicken carcasses into the river, because it can spread the virus that causes chicken sick. "It has become a habit of the people, if the dead chicken thrown into the river, instead of buried and burned," he concluded.

            Author: edijanuar
            Editor: fifi

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            • #7
              Re: Indonesia: Bird flu reported in chickens in Jambi, Sumatra

              Source: http://www.infojambi.com/ij/topik-ut...atanghari.html

              Ratusan Ayam Mati Mendadak di Batanghari
              Created on Selasa, 01 Januari 2013 20:20

              Google translation:

              Hundreds of Sudden Death Chickens in Batanghari
              Created on Tuesday, January 1, 2013 20:20

              MUARABULIAN - Community Batanghari asked to guard against avian influenza or H5N1. Because outbreaks can cause death, is now haunting Batang district.

              The information gathered, hundreds of chickens owned Asmiati, a resident of RT 03 Luncuk Durian, District Inner XXIV,(Desa Durian Luncuk, Kecamatan Batin XXIV) died suddenly after suffering a bird flu virus.

              Meanwhile, the Department of Livestock and Fisheries Batanghari, noted, 650 head of cattle chickens Durian Luncuk residents were positive for the bird flu virus.

              "650 village chickens owned by residents Asmiati Durian Luncuk Rt 03 is positive for bird flu. Thing is known based on the results of tests carried out by the department on Saturday (29/12) and then," said Head of Livestock Batanghari Ismail Elly through Keswan Head, Zulmanudin.

              According to him, it is known after the agency received a report from residents and then to investigate the sudden death of chickens in the village. And after check with a test and found the chicken turned out positive for the bird flu virus attacks, the department immediately spraying liquid disinfectant substances in order to reduce the spread of the bird flu outbreak.

              "Following this, we have offices on-site spraying poultry residents who tested positive for bird flu, by spraying disinfectant substances," he said.

              For that, said Zulmanudin, he appealed to residents to improve Bio Security or spraying cattle shed and the surrounding, so that the bird flu outbreak has not spread and is also expected to citizens to immediately report to the department if there are cattle chickens that died suddenly.

              One cause of the chickens exposed to bird flu, he added, probably because there is less good sanitation and is also influenced by the weather not mennetu today.

              "If the chicken is plenty to eat and drink diselokan and sewer, this is what causes the virus to spread easily invade and quickly, coupled with the weather today," he said.

              Furthermore he added, if the pattern of raising chickens is not good, then the chicken susceptible to the virus that is very dangerous.

              "As a first step to mencega spread of bird flu, we have done the spraying there and also provide guidance to citizens not to release liarkan poultry livestock," he said. (Infojambi.com / BTH)

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