October 23, 2013 at 2:26 am #699MikeKeymaster
Just trying to keep track of the puzzle pieces.
No; I’m not an animal rights activist, so please don’t go there. I simply look at the data, but I do dearly love my 3 pooches.
Best to all Bridget
Note: forwarded message attached.
Thu Jun 9, 2005 9:14 am
Mysterious Disease Kills 400 Sheep in Mongolia
June 7, 2005
According to the New China net reported that, the Mongolian
emergency case bureau person in charge said, since June, in the above two counties
several households herd common people’s sheep has appeared gives off
heat, losses of appetite and so on the symptom, after 23 days one after
another died, at present more than 20 herdsmen’s flock of sheeps have
received the infection, but had not discovered the person infects case
of illness. (Abundant news boxun.com)
The deaths of 400 sheep in two counties in Mongolia are cause for
concern. There was not enough detail or clinical data to indicate the
cause of death, but H5N1 bird flu should be considered. Many of the
bar-headed geese that winter in northern India and fly to Qinghai Lake
Nature Reserve continue fly north to southern Russia, flying over
Reports on the H5N1 outbreak in Qingahi have indicated that over 8000
birds have died. Deaths of domestic animals, including 84 sheep were
If the sheep in Mongolia have died from H5N1 infections, then the
earlier boxun.com Qinghai reports would be more credible. It would
also confirm H5N1 infection of sheep, which hasn’t been reported
More detail on the deaths of the sheep and any associated human cases
would be useful
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