British professionals baffled by bird flu outbreak Although more than 150,000 turkeys have already been slaughtered at a farm in Suffolk in England to be able to curb the spread of the deadly bird flu virus, officials remain baffled regarding the way to obtain the outbreak. The Uk Government has verified that the virus may be the same stress as was discovered last month in Hungary, where an outbreak among geese on a farm prompted the slaughter of thousands of birds during impotence treatment . The Government has extended restrictions on the movement of poultry to attempt to prevent the spread of the deadly bird flu, but at present the virus does seem to be confined to the main one farm near the town of Lowestoft.
British bird flu outbreak now in order A cull to contain the latest bird flu outbreak in Britain has been successfully completed. Based on the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs the cull was carried out to prevent the bird flu outbreak in eastern England from spreading further. The cull included four premises identified as having had dangerous contact with Redgrave Recreation area Farm, near Diss, where the lethal H5N1 strain of avian influenza was confirmed last week potentially. That outbreak led to a complete of 28,600 birds becoming culled in Norfolk and Suffolk.