Viral Diseases News

News published on July 18, 2005:

New Zealand - All clear for poultry farms

The poultry industry breathed a sigh of relief after three months of testing found two Northland egg layer farms free of infectious bursal disease. The disease attacks the immune system. It does not affect ...
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The New Zealand Herald
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110 0
News published on July 18, 2005:

Int’l - Newcastle Disease in UK leads to Pheasant cull

Exports of British poultry have been halted outside the European Union after the discovery of a highly-infectious disease in a flock of pheasants. The flock of 9,000 birds, kept at a farm in Surrey, is bein...
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Sky News
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116 0
News published on July 11, 2005:

New Zealand - Disease alert costly for farmers

The poultry indisytry is relieved that two Northland poultry farms have been cleared of Infectious Bursal Disease, or IBD. Along with Avian Flu and Newcastle Disease, IBD is a disease that chicken farmers mo...
Source :
TVNZ
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115 0
News published on May 10, 2005:

USA - Understanding how chicken embryo ILT vaccine can cause disease

The main objective of this study was to evaluate the transmission and pathogenicity of ILTV (Infectious Laryngotracheitis Virus) chicken embryo origin (CEO) vaccine derived viral subpopulations. Dr. Maricar...
Source :
Poultry Today
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188 0
News published on February 3, 2005:

EU - States Get On Top Of Newcastle Outbreaks

Cyprus is still striving to get on top of an outbreak of Newcastle Disease. But two other countries, Finland and Bulgaria, have succeeded in getting on top of outbreaks. The disease was first confirmed in C...
Source :
Farming Life
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91 0
News published on August 4, 2004:

Europe - Newcastle Disease Outbreak 'Contained'

Further information about an outbreak of Newcastle Disease in Sweden has emerged. As stated in the emergency report, Sweden received confirmation on July 20, 2004, of the presence of Newcastle Disease virus ...
Source :
Farming Life
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244 0
 
 
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