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Korat found pigs infected with deadly disease in the village. Livestock banned from moving carcasses | Channel 8 news

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Korat found pigs infected with deadly disease in the village. Livestock banned the movement of pigs, boars and carcasses for a month, widespread widespread concern

(March 5, 2021) Mr. Chai Khet, a Livestock Country, Muang Nakhon Ratchasima District Issued a letter announcing that the area of ​​Hua Thanon Village, Village No. 7, Hua Thale Subdistrict, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province is a temporary epidemic area according to the Animal Epidemic Act B.E. 2558 after the dead pigs were detected. With more than 30 Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome in February 2021

By the cattle district Has issued a notice prohibiting the movement of pigs, boars or carcasses of all kinds in-out or through the village area, Hua Thanon Village, Village No. 7, Hua Thale Subdistrict. From 25 February 2021 to 27 March 2021 to prevent spreading to neighboring areas. If any person violates the imprisonment for a term of not exceeding 2 years, a fine not exceeding 40,000 baht or both, according to Section 65 of the Animal Epidemic Act, B.E. 2558

Recently, the reporter went to the area at Ban Hua Thanon, Moo 7, Huatale Subdistrict, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, met with Mr. Sri Ton Kothawee, 59 years old, Head of Thanon. Which took to see the village houses raised by the villagers in the village where only a few hogs survived, Mr Si Thon said in the village of Hua Thanon there were many families of pig farmers. Most of them will be raised in a general coop. Not made into a farm Some people raise 10-20 to sell to the middleman who will come to buy.

Before that, in January 2021, villagers had reported that Many of the pigs raised to death, which were initially thought to be unrelated to the epidemic. But later there were more and more pigs to die continuously. More than 60 are expected until February. There were more pigs raised by the villagers in almost the entire village. Causing himself to report to the District Livestock Development for inspection And found that the pig was an epidemic Hence, a ban on moving pigs and carcasses has been announced for 1 month in and out of the village to prevent the spread to other areas. Right now, there are only about 10 living pigs left in the village. Nevertheless, in the village there has never been an epidemic. Therefore making farmers feel very shocked Still do not dare to sell the rest of the pigs Because you have to wait for the announcement period first

According to the National Institute of Animal Health. Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome is considered a symptom of the reproductive and respiratory systems of pigs. Which will cause the mother to miscarriage during pregnancy The infected piglets. Will have slow growth dwarfism and chronic illness until death eventually The first outbreak was found in the United States in 1987 before it spread around the world at a later time. In Thailand, an epidemic was detected in 1989 by pigs killed with this disease. Most will last up to 1 month due to low immunity. Nowadays, although there are many types of vaccines available. But still need to keep an eye out for a widespread epidemic This will cause damage to the pig farmers. However, this disease has not spread to humans at all.

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