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Severe outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Cambodia
Thousands of Cambodian cattle and oxen have been hit by foot-and-mouth disease [FMD] since the beginning of the rainy season, the local newspaper `The Cambodia Daily` reported on 25th July 2005. `There are more than 10 000 sick animals in Kompong Chhnang,` Yim Voeunthan,
Agriculture Ministry secretary of state was quoted as saying. Kompong Chhnang and Kompong Thom provinces are affected the most.

`This is a forest area and cows are easily infected from the water flowing
from the forest.`, the minister added. He said that vaccines have been given to 1.5 million oxen nationwide to control the spread of the disease.

`This year is the worst ever for this disease,` Deputy Governor of Kompong Chhnang King Sarim said.

In developed countries, mass slaughter of infected cows is the recommended procedure, but Cambodians are too poor for this policy, the newspaper said.

Yim Voeunthan said that Cambodia cannot export cattle because FMD is widespread in the country. Many Cambodian farmers depend on cows and
buffaloes for their livelihoods.

Source: www.promedmail.org



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