Hot weather worsens Newcastle disease outbreaks in India

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Indian layer farmers are battling an outbreak of viscerotropic velogenic Newcastle disease (VVND). This year, the elevated temperatures have intensified the outbreak. Ram Moorthy D, CEO of Geenat, told Asian Agribiz that South India was affected. “It is a new strain, and though VVND is quite common...

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