Tangerang closes doors on sacrificial animals on FMD fears


The Tangerang City Government in Indonesia closed its doors on sacrificial animals from other regions on June 24 to prevent the FMD virus from spreading. Authorities made the decision after discovering 743 cattle infected with FMD in eight sub-districts in the city. “We continue to be alert for FMD...

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Regional Correspondent, Jakarta, Indonesia. With a mortality rate up to 30%, Inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) can infect breeders, broilers, and layers. Meli led the Asian Agribiz team to find out how IBH is addressed in the region in the article, ‘IBH: Emerging and not widely diagnosed’.