Vietnam, South Korea suffer avian flu consequences

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More than one quarter of the layer population in South Korea has been lost to the disease in just six months. Among Asian and African countries, only Vietnam has reported any new outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in the last … Read More

APA invite you to VetME 2017 – Dubai World Trade Center

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VetME is the Middle East’s largest and leading trade exhibition dedicated to the veterinary industry. It is one complete event about veterinary products and services, especially for poultry, dairy, camel, horse, birds… The event will be showcasing the latest products … Read More

APA’s success in VIV Asia 2017 – BITEC Bangkok

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VIV Asia 2017, took place in March 15-17, brought together professionals in the production of pork, poultry, fish and dairy to learn about the latest animal production and meat processing industry developments. APA – a joint venture between Thailand and … Read More

APA invite you to VIV Asia 2017 – BITEC Bangkok, Thailand

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VIV Asia 2017, taking place March 15-17, will bring together professionals in the production of pork, poultry, fish and dairy to learn about the latest animal production and meat processing industry developments. The Feed-to-Food concept brings together supply and demand … Read More

Nigeria reports HPAI outbreaks with two virus types

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New outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have been reported in the last week in Nigeria and Taiwan, while the South Korean authorities are experiencing financial and logistical challenges in tackling HPAI in poultry. Low-pathogenic avian flu has been detected at … Read More

European countries report avian flu cases in poultry

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New outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry have been reported in seven European states over the last week, and two countries – Portugal and the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia – have detected the virus in wild birds for … Read More

H5N1 detected again in Cambodia

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News from University of Minnesota – Dated 31 Jan, 2017. Recently Cambodia reported its first H5N1 outbreak of the year, which affected backyard poultry. Cambodia’s veterinary authority reported that the virus is hitting more farms, with 2 provinces (Svay Rieng, … Read More

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