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Svay Rieng officials seize Vietnamese ducks

Svay Rieng officials seize Vietnamese ducks

SVAY Rieng provincial agriculture officials on Friday confiscated around 500 ducks imported from Vietnam on suspicion that they might be infected with bird flu. Thach Rachana, director of the provincial agricultural department, said yesterday that they will seek permission from the court today to destroy the birds. A local resident in Svay Chrum district, near the Vietnam border, said it was the first time the province’s ducks have been targeted for a crackdown.

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