News update:Mar 9, 2016

Fowl Typhoid has been confirmed in Northern Ireland

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have confirmed an outbreak of Fowl Typhoid in Northern Ireland areas affected are; Lisnaskea, Donagh Cross, County Fermanagh Lisnaskea, Donagh Cross, County Fermanagh.

An outbreak of Fowl Typhoid, caused by the bacterium Salmonella gallinarum, has forced the slaughter of 124,000 birds and a further 112,000 have been destroyed.

A second outbreak ahs been confirmes 1 km from the first outbreak, the disease poses no threat to human health, but farmers have been asked to be vigilant to the spread of the disease.

A full pdf report can be found on the OIE report page.

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