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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 7:35 pm 
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December 12 OIE increases confirmed Fujian H5N2 sites to nine, in Matsqui

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 7:36 pm 
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Four (4) additional outbreaks were confirmed since the previous report. All outbreaks are located in the same small area in the province of British Columbia. Depopulation of all infected premises is underway, with appropriate cleaning and disinfection, under the supervision of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). The CFIA National Center for Foreign Animal Disease confirms that the novel H5N2 virus detected in BC contains 5 of 8 gene segments from highly pathogenic Eurasian H5N8 virus including the H5 gene and 3 of 8 segments from typical North American viruses including the N2 gene (wild bird origin).

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 9:23 pm 
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More Avian Flu in Fraser Valley

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Laura Baziuk
December 12, 2014 04:35 pm

A ninth farm in the Fraser Valley has been infected with the avian flu.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says results have come back saying another farm, this one in Abbotsford, has shown positive results of the H5N2 strain.

So far, more than 180-thousand chicken and turkey farms are set to be euthanized, or have been already.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 9:34 pm 
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Avian Influenza – British Columbia 2014
Infected Premises
The following table lists infected premises (IP) identified as part of the ongoing avian influenza situation in British Columbia.

Last updated: 2014-12-12 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800
Table Notes
Table Note *
IP5 and IP6 are located on the same site; however, as they are legally considered separate business entities, they are treated as two separate infected premises.http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/ter ... 8340584180

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 10:49 pm 
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Avian flu confirmed in ninth barn in B.C. Fraser Valley; 7,000 more birds affected
The Canadian PressBy The Canadian Press | The Canadian Press – 1 hour 37 minutes ago

VANCOUVER - Federal officials say avian influenza has been detected in a ninth poultry barn in British Columbia's Fraser Valley.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the virus was confirmed on Thursday at an Abbotsford farm and it affects about 7,000 chickens.
That means some 180,800 chickens and turkeys are now either dead or set to be euthanized.
The outbreak began last week, when poultry at two farms in the Fraser Valley tested positive for the H5N2 strain of the disease.
Earlier this week, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced a control zone covering the southern half of B.C., where restrictions have been placed on the movement of poultry.
Eight countries have placed restrictions on B.C. poultry and poultry products.
On Wednesday Singapore joined the list of the United States, Mexico, South Africa, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South Korea.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 10:50 pm 
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Avian flu confirmed in ninth barn in B.C. as outbreak continues
VANCOUVER — The Canadian Press
Published Friday, Dec. 12 2014, 8:23 PM EST
Last updated Friday, Dec. 12 2014, 8:25 PM EST

Federal officials say avian influenza has been detected in a ninth poultry barn in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the virus was confirmed on Thursday at an Abbotsford farm and it affects about 7,000 chickens.

That means some 180,800 chickens and turkeys are now either dead or set to be euthanized.

Earlier this week, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced a control zone covering the southern half of B.C., where restrictions have been placed on the movement of poultry.

Eight countries have placed restrictions on B.C. poultry and poultry products.

On Wednesday Singapore joined the list of the United States, Mexico, South Africa, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South Korea.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/bri ... e22074480/

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 5:02 pm 
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niman wrote:
Avian Influenza – British Columbia 2014
Infected Premises
The following table lists infected premises (IP) identified as part of the ongoing avian influenza situation in British Columbia.

Last updated: 2014-12-12 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800
Table Notes
Table Note *
IP5 and IP6 are located on the same site; however, as they are legally considered separate business entities, they are treated as two separate infected premises.http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/ter ... 8340584180

This table will be updated daily at 4 p.m. EST(1 p.m. PST).

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 5:03 pm 
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niman wrote:
niman wrote:
Avian Influenza – British Columbia 2014
Infected Premises
The following table lists infected premises (IP) identified as part of the ongoing avian influenza situation in British Columbia.

Last updated: 2014-12-12 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800
Table Notes
Table Note *
IP5 and IP6 are located on the same site; however, as they are legally considered separate business entities, they are treated as two separate infected premises.http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/ter ... 8340584180

This table will be updated daily at 4 p.m. EST(1 p.m. PST).

Last updated: 2014-12-13 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Table Note * Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Table Note * Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 5:03 pm 
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niman wrote:
niman wrote:
Avian Influenza – British Columbia 2014
Infected Premises
The following table lists infected premises (IP) identified as part of the ongoing avian influenza situation in British Columbia.

Last updated: 2014-12-12 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800
Table Notes
Table Note *
IP5 and IP6 are located on the same site; however, as they are legally considered separate business entities, they are treated as two separate infected premises.http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/ter ... 8340584180

This table will be updated daily at 4 p.m. EST(1 p.m. PST).

Last updated: 2014-12-13 – 4 p.m. EST (1 p.m. PST)

IP # Location Date confirmed Poultry type Approximate # of affected birds
1 Chilliwack, BC December 1 Broiler/Breeders 13,000
2 Abbotsford, BC December 1 Turkeys 28,000
3 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 14,000
4 Abbotsford, BC December 4 Broiler/Breeders 25,000
5 Table Note * Abbotsford, BC December 6 Turkeys 33,000
6 Table Note * Abbotsford, BC December 9 Turkeys 33,000
7 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 19,000
8 Abbotsford, BC December 10 Broiler/Breeders 8,800
9 Abbotsford, BC December 11 Broiler/Breeders 7,000
Total: 180,800

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