FAO. ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH
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REGIONAL OFFICE FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
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Table of contents
Part I [212Kb]
Part II [254Kb]
Affected species and natural hosts
How can avian flu affect a flock?
Main risks of transmission by contamination with manure and secretions containing virus
Part III [574Kb]
What to do to protect a farm when there is no outbreak in the province or in the country?
Part IV [361Kb]
Part V [468Kb]
Protection of human beings
Veterinaries, livestock experts and the district veterinary office: a key partnership to fight avian flu
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