FAO study offers Cambodia ways to prevent avian flu
Study one of several conducted over the past two years.
A study from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) suggests Cambodia better control and regulate imported poultry and increase market hygiene to best prevent the spread of avian flu, according to reports.
Import border control, transport and marketing regulation and a veterinary law would help in attaining these higher standards, the report stated.
Multiple studies were done by local FAO partners during the past two years to research the spread of avian flu and potential ramifications for producers.