Bird flu has been detected at a duck farm in Landes

Landes: Presence of Bird Flu Confirmed in a Farm, 6,500 Ducks Slaughtered

The Ministry of Agriculture confirmed this Tuesday morning that the H5N8 virus, Bird Flu had indeed been found in the Bénesse-Maremne farm (Landes) >Monday, the 6,500 ducks of the farm affected by the H5N8  bird flu virus, according to the departmental laboratory of the Pyrenees and the Landes, were slaughtered. The next morning, Tuesday 8th December, the […]

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The first case of bird flu detected in France

Bird Flu: A First Case Detected in France

A farm of about 200 to 300 hens was then slaughtered after being detected of having Bird Flu, the first case in France It is the first in France. A case of bird flu was detected in Haute-Corse, causing the activation of protective measures throughout the metropolitan territory to limit the spread of this virus, harmless to humans […]

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France places 45 departments on alert for bird flu

Bird Flu: France Places 46 Departments at “High” Risk

EPIDEMIC: This bird flu  virus, transmitted to poultry farms by migratory birds, is not dangerous for humans The threat of an epidemic of bird flu, harmless to humans, hangs over French agriculture. A decree places this Thursday 46 departments at “high” risk, according to a decree published this Thursday in the Official Journal. Protective measures must be taken on farms. The […]

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The Mayenne is concerned about the prospect of the contamination from Bird flu

Mayenne: Feared Contamination from Bird Flu

Since the recent discovery of the H5N8 virus carriers wild ducks in the Channel, the commotion combat redoubles in Mayenne department briefing. “All birds, including backyard individuals, must be kept indoors” remind the veterinary services of the DDCSPP 53! What is the problem? Following the discovery of several outbreaks of avian influenza (H5N8) highly pathogenic […]

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Doux will be taken over by Terrena

Brittany : Terrena to Take Over Doux

Announced in May, the transfer could be effective in January … Beset by serious financial difficulties in recent years, Doux will change hands.  The Breton poulterer should indeed complete the move in January  to the agricultural cooperative group Terrena, said Arnaud Marion, CEO of poulterer, in an interview for Le Telegramme. “There will be no social impact, […]

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