Bird Flu Detected At Poultry Farm In Punjab’s Ludhiana

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Punjab authorities has notified the poultry farm as an contaminated house.

Ludhiana:

Samples from a poultry farm in Ludhiana examined optimistic for chook flu, prompting the district authorities to type a committee for a culling practice and containment operations.

The Nationwide Institute of Excessive Safety Animal Ailments, Bhopal, on Friday confirmed chook flu in a poultry farm at Qila Raipur, about 25 km from proper right here.

Deputy Commissioner Varinder Sharma said the Punjab authorities has notified the poultry farm as an contaminated house.

Extra Deputy Commissioner Sarkartar Singh has been made the incharge of the committee formed to oversee the culling practice.

Mr Sharma said the committee will ensure that no keep or lifeless chook, unprocessed poultry meat, eggs, feeds or each different supplies taken out and launched into the poultry farm.
 

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