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Industry News & Trends / Avian Influenza / Asia
on February 17, 2021

South Korea amends avian flu culling rules

Meanwhile, as the disease continues to spread in Japan, some of the country’s most important poultry producing prefectures are being affected.

Authorities in South Korea are easing the regulations on the culling of poultry near to highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreaks. According to Yonhap, this measure is only temporary.

So far this winter, around 26 million poultry have been destroyed in the country. These have been located within three…

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