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Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza and Migratory Birds

Published: July 18, 2023
Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza and Migratory Birds
In this episode of Let's Squawk About It, Chanelle Taylor (Cargill Canada) talks to Sam Shafer (PSA) about migratory birds, biosecurity measures to take, and what we have learned in the past year from Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI).
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Chanelle Taylor
Sam Shafer
Poultry Science Association
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Dr Charles Ibe
25 de julio de 2023
Kenya is then lucky because Kenyan wild birds are not in contact with ai virus. It is difficult to control if the disease is circulating among the wild birds. Most poultry farms are in the country side!
Dr Humphrey Mbugua
21 de julio de 2023

I have dealt with HPAI issues for many years, both in the field and laboratory settings. It is a devastating disease, but luckily has not entrenched itself in Kenya, despite the country being in the path of the southern migratory route. Constant collaboration in surveillance is crucial for a better understanding of its epidemiology and diagnosis.

Rolando Suarez Collazos
19 de julio de 2023
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