Cases of chicken flu have all of a sudden began to lower. Only 51 birds had been discovered useless throughout the state on Thursday. 40 of which had been discovered in Doon and Mussoorie. While in Kumaon, one case was discovered in Champawat. Chief Wildlife Warden JS Suhag mentioned that day by day reviews are being despatched to the Center. Precaution is being taken as per the guideline of the Center. According to Suhag, the most 38 birds had been discovered useless in Doon. While six birds had been discovered useless in Haridwar and 4 in Lansdowne. But until now there have been no cases of chicken flu in poultry in the state. On Wednesday, 151 birds had been discovered useless. Due to which chicken flu was anticipated to extend.
All samples of poultry farm in Garhwal division unfavourable, Kumaon report on Friday
Dehradun. There is a reduction information amongst the risks of chicken flu. All samples taken from poultry farm in Garhwal division have been unfavourable. The pattern report of Kumaon is anticipated to return out on Friday. All these samples had been despatched to IVRI-Bareilly. Animal Husbandry Secretary R. Meenakshi Sundaram confirmed this. He mentioned that the dying of crows is constantly taking place in the state. In view of this, random sampling has been performed at Polty Farm. It is thought that the variety of small and large poultry farms in the state is shut to fifteen thousand. Among them, greater than 50 lakh chickens are being reared.
The Secretary knowledgeable that the first report of the pattern has come unfavourable. Despite this, the officers have been requested to proceed sampling on occasion. He mentioned that the officers have additionally been requested to prepare a public consciousness program on chicken flu. The chicken flu virus can’t survive when the temperature rises. If rooster and eggs are cooked nicely then their consumption is protected.
Director Animal Husbandry Dr. KK Joshi mentioned that consciousness is the finest approach to take care of chicken flu. Scientists of Pantnagar Agricultural University, Dr. Anil Kumar and Dr. Rajesh Kumar gave details about the signs, prevention and unfold of chicken flu. In the program, Dr. Netrapal Singh of Venkateshwara Hatchery additionally knowledgeable the cattle house owners about poultry farm administration. Dr. MS Nayal, Dr. Prem Kumar, Dr. SB Pandey, Dr. Kailash Uniyal, Dr. Aditi Sharma attended the coaching program.