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POLA DISTRIBUSI UNGGAS DARI PASAR TRADISONAL BERPERAN DALAM PENYEBARAN VIRUS FLU BURUNG SUMA ANTARA, I MADE; SUARTHA, I NYOMAN; SAKA WIRYANA, I KADEK; SUKADA, I MADE; WIRATA, I WAYAN; DIBYA PRASETYA, I GUSTI NGURAH; RITHA KRISNA DEWI, NI MADE; KOMALA SARI, TRI; KADE MAHARDIKA, I GUSTI NGURAH
Jurnal Veteriner Vol 10 No 2 (2009)
Publisher : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Udayana University and Published in collaboration with the Indonesia Veterinarian Association

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A study has been carried out to map the distribution pattern of poultry from traditional market toreduce the transmission risk of avian influenza virus. The data were collected from threes markets wherepoultry are sold, namely in Bringkit of Badung Regency, Kumbasari of Denpasar City, and Kediri ofTabanan Regency. Data collections was based on interviews using questionnaire. Poultry from all marketsare distributed throughout Bali. Poultry are traded mainly for religious ceremony and immediatelyslaughtered as it arrives at the consumer?s house. The distribution pattern of poultry seems to play asignificant role in the disseminations of avian influenza virus. The right implementation of biosecurity intraditional markets is highly recommended to curb the risk.
PERANAN PEDAGANG UNGGAS DALAM PENYEBARAN VIRUS AVIAN INFLUENZA Suartha, I Nyoman; Suma Antara, I Made; Saka Wiryana, I Kadek; Sukada, I Made; Wirata, I Wayan; Ritha Krisna Dewi, Ni Made; Kade Mahardika, I Gusti Ngurah
Jurnal Veteriner Vol 11 No 4 (2010)
Publisher : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Udayana University and Published in collaboration with the Indonesia Veterinarian Association

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A questionnaire surveillence have been carried out in three different traditional markets (ie. Beringkitin badung district, Kumbasari in Denpasar, Kediri in Tabanan district) in order to understand the role ofpaultry traders behavior in transmitting of avian influenza virus. Of 150 quationares collected most oftraders (66.7%) kept the animals for 1-3 days before it was marketed. Traders bin Beringkit and Kediri(76.3%) used to mix different species of birds in their cages, whereas none of the traders from Kumbasaridoing that. When hygienec and sanitation aspects were considered (ie. Washing and desinfectan sprayingfor cages) it was found that the behavior of traders varied markedly between the 3 different market. Inconclusion the traders awareness to especially bird flue infection and implementation of biosecurity isvery low.