Jaipur (Rajasthan): Amid the unfold of Avian flu in numerous states of the nation, Rajasthan Animal Husbandry Division reported the deaths of 90 birds within the state on Tuesday.
The division stated that out of the 90 lifeless birds; 56 had been crows, 12 had been peacocks, 14 had been pigeons, and the remainder had been different birds.
In complete, the state has recorded the loss of life of 6,849 birds between December 25, 2020, to January 26, 2021.
“Among the many lifeless birds had been 4,799 crows, 409 peacocks, 583 pigeons and 1,058 others. Avian Influenza (Fowl flu) has been confirmed in 17 districts,” the division stated in its press launch.
A complete of 67 birds have examined constructive for the chook flu within the state.
The unfold of avian flu, earlier, led the neighbouring states to chop off the poultry alternate in order to include it. This additionally led to losses within the poultry enterprise within the affected states. (ANI)