Bird flu detected in Jhapa• thehimalayantimes.com
A test carried out at the Central Livestock Lab, Kathmandu, confirmed the bird flu on the fowls of the farm of Bhim Mukhiya as some 200 fowls started to die from the past few days.
According to Chief at the District Livestock Office, Dr. Dilip Sapkota, the report sent from the Lab on Sunday proved the bird flu.
A team comprising eight members including specialist doctor destroyed the remaining 30 fowls, carried out cleanliness of the coop and sprayed medicines this morning, said Sapkota.
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