Research and analysis

Avian: disease surveillance reports, 2014

Quarterly reports about new and emerging diseases in poultry.

Documents

Emerging threats: avian diseases: October to December 2014

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Emerging threats: avian diseases: July to September 2014

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Emerging threats: avian diseases: April to June 2014

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Emerging threats: avian diseases: January to March 2014

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Details

These reports are compiled and published by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) as part of Defra’s disease surveillance programme.

Previous reports are available on the archived AHVLA web pages.

Published 8 December 2014
Last updated 17 March 2015 + show all updates
  1. October to December 2014 report published.
  2. Published July to September 2014 report.
  3. First published.
  4. AHVLA documents have been re-assigned to the new Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).