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Monday, August 29, 2011

Bangladesh : 2190 fowls, 30,000 eggs culled

Article via The Daily Star :

" Around 2190 fowls and 30,000 eggs infected with avian influenza commonly known as bird flu were culled at the Rafid Poultry and Hatchery in Chuadanga on Saturday and yesterday.

District livestock department in presence of the local administration culled the fowls soon after the infection was confirmed through relevant tests in Dhaka.

Jahangir Alam, manager of the poultry firm, said the fowls started to die on August 10 and they got panicked when around 10,000 fowls died on August 13."

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