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No AI in Malaysia, chicken supply stable

Malaysia’s Agriculture and Food Security Minister Mohamad Sabu said there have been no reports of avian influenza (AI) in Malaysia, and chicken supply for...

H&N offers biosecurity guidelines to keep AI out

Layer genetics company H&N International has released a biosecurity guideline to help egg producers prevent the spread of avian influenza (AI). Titled ‘Biosecurity in times...

AI cases confirmed in South and North Korea

South Korea confirmed one more avian influenza (AI) case at a duck farm on December 6 as the latest in a series of infections...

AI infects thousands of ducks in Vietnam’s Quang Ngai

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Quang Ngai province in Vietnam reported that avian influenza (AI) virus killed over 2200 ducks in...

Japan confirms 18 outbreaks of HPAI in 12 prefectures

Cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) are spreading at an unusual pace in Japan, with 18 outbreaks confirmed this season through November...

HPAI hits poultry in India, Japan

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) this month was detected hit poultry in India and Japan. In India, a H5N1 outbreak has hit the Alappuzha district...

Pirbright identifies immune response towards Marek’s

Scientists at the UK’s Pirbright Institute have identified key differences in the immune response of chickens that are resistant to Marek’s disease, and those...

Vet student develops method to track AI in the environment

A method of tracking avian influenza (AI) in the environment is being developed by William Dabri, veterinary student at the University of Edinburgh’s Royal...

Research aims to understand how AI can penetrate poultry premises

A research collaboration aims to understand how current avian influenza (AI) strains can form larger, longer outbreaks than in previous seasons, and how the...

Japan reports early HPAI outbreaks

Japanese authorities reported the first two outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) this season on poultry farms on the main island of Honshu...

Vietnam reports first human AI case in 8 years

Vietnam’s Health Ministry has reported its first human avian influenza (AI) case in more than eight years after a 5-year-old girl from Phu Tho...

Rapid transmission of AI through drinking water

DAISY ROIJACKERS* writes that the threat of avian influenza (AI) or bird flu is upon us once again and is rapidly circulating while severely...

AI remains a big challenge for global poultry industry

Avian influenza (AI) remains a big challenge for the global poultry industry, according to Rabobank’s Global Poultry Quarterly Q4 2022 report. AI outbreaks keep occurring...

Vietnamese child infected by AI

A 5-year-old child in Vietnam has come down with avian influenza (AI) after eating infected chicken. This case has raised concerns about the spread...

Why do we see global spread of H5N1?

The question is frequently asked by people in the industry. In his presentation, Teguh Y Prajitno, Senior Vice President at Japfa and Managing Director...

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