MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health has confirmed that there are no cases of Nipah virus in the Philippines amid increasing reports of flu-like illnesses in Cagayan de Oro.
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MANILA, Philippines — The retail price of chicken went up to P210 per kilo amid the drop in local production as poultry raisers suffered losses amid the flooding of imported frozen products, according to the poultry raisers’ group United Broiler Raisers Association (UBRA).
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines is now allowing the commercial use of avian influenza vaccines to curb the spread of avian flu on poultry.
An outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to bagged, precut onions has sickened at least 73 people in 22 states, including 15 who were hospitalized, U.S. health officials said Tuesday.
MANILA, Philippines — The importer of the African swine fever vaccine countered the claim of farmers’ group Samahang Industriya ng Agrikultura chairman Rosendo So that the sale of ASF vaccine in the black market was the cause of the spread of the virus in the country.
MANILA, Philippines — The spread of African swine fever in the country can be attributed to the illegal sale of 300,000 vials of ASF vaccine to hog raisers, an official of the farmers’ group Samahang Industriya ng Agrikultura (SINAG) said.
In honor of the growth and transformation of the Philippine livestock and poultry industries following the consecutive blows by the outbreak of transboundary animal diseases, the COVID-19 pandemic, and more, the Department of Agriculture (DA) formally launched the 3rd National Livestock and Poultry Month on October 9.