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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » is this Bird flu News True?

is this Bird flu News True?

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1is this Bird flu News True? Empty is this Bird flu News True? Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:09 pm

Teller

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Many world news papers reported related to birld flu articles?


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/12/uk-bird-flu-outbreaks-prompt-tough-new-restrictions-on-farms


UK bird flu outbreaks prompt tough new restrictions on farms
Farmers found to be breaching new biosecurity rules face unlimited fines or three month prison sentence

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Tom Levitt
Thu 12 Nov 2020 10.50 EST
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Poultry keepers across England, Scotland and Wales are facing tough new lockdown-style measures on their farms to control the spread of bird flu.

It follows outbreaks of a “highly pathogenic” H5N8 strain of bird flu in Cheshire, Devon, Gloucestershire and Hertfordshire over the past two weeks. The outbreaks have been found in wild bird populations and two broiler chicken farms, where all the birds are being culled.


Farmers are required to restrict access for non-essential people, remove sources of wild bird food and ensure workers are regularly disinfecting footwear and changing clothes. Those found to not be complying face up to three months in prison or unlimited fines, according to the measures announced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

UK and European farmers have been on alert after outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza among wild and domestic birds in western Russia and Kazakhstan. When bird flu was detected in the same area of Russia in the summers of 2005 and 2016, epidemics followed in northern and eastern Europe.

However, the speed of the spread of outbreaks in Europe over the past few weeks has caught the industry by surprise, with hundreds of thousands of birds culled after multiple outbreaks across Germany and the Netherlands.

Thousands of dead wild birds were also reportedly found on the north-west coast of Germany last week, most likely infected with bird flu.

British Poultry Council chief executive Richard Griffiths said bird flu was a “significant threat to the commercial poultry industry” and he supported new restrictive measures to minimise the risk of a larger and wider outbreak.

Covid and farm animals: nine pandemics that changed the world
“It is an incredibly difficult situation for farmers and producers if they get a case of avian influenza (AI), so the controls and their costs are made to be as fair as they can be. For instance, farmers are compensated for the culling of healthy birds as part of AI controls. The system is as fair as it possibly can be, given the nature of the situation.”

2is this Bird flu News True? Empty Re: is this Bird flu News True? Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:35 am

Mr. X

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@Teller wrote:Many world news papers reported related to birld flu articles?


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/12/uk-bird-flu-outbreaks-prompt-tough-new-restrictions-on-farms


UK bird flu outbreaks prompt tough new restrictions on farms
Farmers found to be breaching new biosecurity rules face unlimited fines or three month prison sentence

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Animals farmed
About this content
Tom Levitt
Thu 12 Nov 2020 10.50 EST
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Poultry keepers across England, Scotland and Wales are facing tough new lockdown-style measures on their farms to control the spread of bird flu.

It follows outbreaks of a “highly pathogenic” H5N8 strain of bird flu in Cheshire, Devon, Gloucestershire and Hertfordshire over the past two weeks. The outbreaks have been found in wild bird populations and two broiler chicken farms, where all the birds are being culled.


Farmers are required to restrict access for non-essential people, remove sources of wild bird food and ensure workers are regularly disinfecting footwear and changing clothes. Those found to not be complying face up to three months in prison or unlimited fines, according to the measures announced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

UK and European farmers have been on alert after outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza among wild and domestic birds in western Russia and Kazakhstan. When bird flu was detected in the same area of Russia in the summers of 2005 and 2016, epidemics followed in northern and eastern Europe.

However, the speed of the spread of outbreaks in Europe over the past few weeks has caught the industry by surprise, with hundreds of thousands of birds culled after multiple outbreaks across Germany and the Netherlands.

Thousands of dead wild birds were also reportedly found on the north-west coast of Germany last week, most likely infected with bird flu.

British Poultry Council chief executive Richard Griffiths said bird flu was a “significant threat to the commercial poultry industry” and he supported new restrictive measures to minimise the risk of a larger and wider outbreak.

Covid and farm animals: nine pandemics that changed the world
“It is an incredibly difficult situation for farmers and producers if they get a case of avian influenza (AI), so the controls and their costs are made to be as fair as they can be. For instance, farmers are compensated for the culling of healthy birds as part of AI controls. The system is as fair as it possibly can be, given the nature of the situation.”

i made some inquiries in SL.. no harm due to this yet and this bird flu is popping up every year somewhere in the world and they do all precautionary measures to control it.. this topic was discussed sometimes back, and you got interest suddenly after TAFL and GRAN financials were out... Razz

3is this Bird flu News True? Empty Re: is this Bird flu News True? Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:52 am

suku502


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Earlier i mentioned in some articles.  better to realization of profit & much things can't be hoped from new budget also, some times today may be the first day to  cherry cherry cherry  . 10 to 20 % or more hope. somehow TAFL & GRAN are good share.

4is this Bird flu News True? Empty Re: is this Bird flu News True? Fri Nov 13, 2020 10:33 am

Mr. X

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@suku502 wrote:Earlier i mentioned in some articles.  better to realization of profit & much things can't be hoped from new budget also, some times today may be the first day to  cherry cherry cherry  . 10 to 20 % or more hope. somehow TAFL & GRAN are good share.

Yah.. when people start to realize profit others collect it at cheaper price lower than market level..

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