Friday, 29 November 2013

Mystery remains over location of turkey MRSA outbreak

Our readers can never ever have any idea of how this feels for a an elderly couple living out their retirement in the country. 

A 13 year nightmare is over.

Britain's corrupt veterinary establishment are on the run.

The world wide impact is going to be massive, this is indeed the scandal of the century. Nothing will ever be the same again, in Britain, Ireland, Canada or the USA

Later, it will need calm sensitive hands. Now, it needs the tea chucked in the harbour.

Britain's corrupt veterinary establishment believed they were above the law. Alas, they are not.

They will not tell us the truth because they are frightened, as indeed we all would be, if we had been involved in the crime of the century.

Mystery remains over location of turkey MRSA outbreak

Turkey producers remain in the dark about the location of a low risk MRSA outbreak in East Anglia

Michael Pollitt, Agricultural Editor Friday, November 29, 2013 
6:50 PM

Specialist Norfolk poultry auctioneer Fabian Eagle says he has not been given any details of the country’s first case of low-risk MRSA in turkeys.
stakeholder group, said: “We’ve been kept totally in the dark. The AHVLA (Animal Health Veterinary Laboratory Agency) are keeping everything close to their chest,” said Mr Eagle. “I understand that the birds are safe to continue in the food chain,” added Mr Eagle, of the Poultry Farm, North Pickenham, near Swaffham.
The first case, which was found in a single turkey on an East Anglian farm, followed routine testing for another poultry disease. When this case of low-risk Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) was identified, further tests were carried out and two-thirds of the flock was also found to be infected. It was not found in geese on the same farm.
Officials from AHVLA declined to identify the holding and stressed that there would be more surveillance, full cleansing and disinfection once there were no longer any birds on the premises...