Bird flu 1804 more birds died in Maharashtra on Jan 23-ANI

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], January 24 (ANI): The Maharashtra Authorities on Sunday knowledgeable that as many as 1804 birds have died as a result of avian influenza on January 23.
“A complete of 17,249 deaths of varied birds have been recorded until the date, since January 8,” the Maharashtra authorities mentioned.
“Up to now 48402 poultry birds, 8 geese, 38519 eggs, and 54851 kg poultry feed have been destroyed from the contaminated zone,” it mentioned.
The Authorities of Maharashtra has sanctioned a compensation package deal of Rs 130 Lakh for
culling of poultry and different birds, eggs, and poultry feed and operational price of illness management inside one-km radius of the contaminated space, beneath the Fowl Flu Illness Management Program.
“This consists of primarily laying birds as much as eight weeks of age at a value of Rs 20 per chicken, Layer birds above eight weeks of age Rs 90 per chicken, Broiler birds as much as six weeks of age Rs 20 per chicken, Broilers above six weeks Rs 70 per chicken, Poultry eggs Rs 3 per egg, poultry feed Rs 12 per kg, geese as much as six weeks of age Rs. 35 per chicken and geese above six week age Rs. 135 per chicken,” the state authorities mentioned. (ANI)

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