1000 Dead Chickens Died of UNKNOWN Disease as test Rule Out Bird Flu, Nepal
Although bird flu was not found, the reason could not be revealed from the test in the Central Livestock Disease Control Lab in Kathmandu conducted for the past three days continuously, said livestock technician of the Livestock Office Udayapur, Amarendra Kumar Jha.
No bird flu was seen even in the test in Biratnagar Regional Lab before sending to Kathmandu and the chickens might have died because of cold weather and polluted feed.
Bird flu was suspected after more than 1,000 broiler chickens died a few days ago from unknown disease in the poultry farm of Hira Tamang and Lekh Bahadur Magar of Ghurmi in the district. Source