Tribune News Service
Panchkula, January 15
The district administration today carried out culling operations at a poultry farm within the 1-km radius of a bird flu epicentre. A total of 9,510 birds were killed while 150 eggs were destroyed at Narender Poultry Farm.
Since the start of the culling operation on January 9, a total of 57,230 birds have been culled and 2,286 eggs have been destroyed to contain the spread and break the chain of transmission of avian influenza or bird flu. This was the seventh day of the culling drive.
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