Friday, July 15, 2011

Animal Husbandry - Events

Near Kirkuk, Iran, the dog is domesticated from the Asian wolf.
Middle East
Cattle are domesticated in the Middle East, probably from the wild ox Bos taurus.
Asia Minor
The earliest known domesticated pigs are kept at the village site of Cayonu, Asia Minor.
The wheat–barley/cattle–pigs–sheep agricultural complex reaches what is modern Bulgaria. The complex diffuses both east and west at a rate of about 1.5 km/1 mi per year from its centre in the fertile crescent.
South America
The llama and alpaca are domesticated in present-day Peru.
Africa, Egypt, Middle East, China, Europe
The ass, the first draft animal, is domesticated and is in common use in northeast Africa, Egypt, the Mediterranean basin, and both the Near and Far East. They are used as pack animals and are in regular service on caravan routes stretching from eastern Europe and northern Africa to India and China.
Middle East
Camels are domesticated in the Middle East.
Europe, Central Asia
The horse is domesticated, probably by pastoral nomads in the Ukraine.
Elephants are domesticated in India.
United Arab Emirates
Veterinarians in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, announce the birth of Rama the ‘cama’, the first cross between a camel and a llama. It has the long fleece of llama but the strength of a camel; it has no hump.
September 2001
Asia's first suspected case of BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease) is reported on a farm in Chiba, near Tokyo in Japan.
September 2001
In the UK the 2,000th confirmed case of foot and mouth disease is recorded. It becomes the world's worst outbreak in both duration and number of farm animals slaughtered.
After an epidemic lasting almost 11 months, livestock in the UK is declared free of foot-and-mouth disease.
The USA confirms its first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE or mad cow disease) at a farm in the state of Washington, leading to a widespread ban by other countries on US beef imports.
October 2005

Spreading from Asia, a dangerous strain of bird flu with the potential to trigger a pandemic affecting humans reaches Europe as cases of the disease are identified during the month in Romania, Turkey and Greece.
January 2006
The first human deaths from bird flu outside East Asia are recorded in Turkey as four children die of the lethal H5N1 strain of the virus in early January.
April 2006
Bird flu reaches the United Kingdom as a dead swan in Fife, Scotland, tests positive for the virulent H5N1 strain of the disease. Later in the month, the less dangerous H7 strain of the virus is found to have infected poultry on farms in Norfolk, England, necessitating the culling of thousands of chickens.
England Hungary
An outbreak of the H5N1 strain of avian flu is confirmed at a turkey farm in Suffolk in England, prompting the slaughter of 159,000 birds. Subsequent scientific investigation into the source of the infection suggests a link to an earlier outbreak of the virus in Hungary.
A second outbreak in Britain of the H5N1 strain of avian flu is discovered at a farm in Suffolk, England, necessitating a mass cull of poultry.



Hendro Fadly said...

Semoga Animal Husbandry - events ini suatu saat dapat dilakukan di Indonesia, Itik talang benih sepertinya cocok apabila dilakukan event ini, hehe...

Delina S Girsang(E1C011033) said...

Animal Husbandry events tampaknya memang harus di buat di negara kita ini agar peternakn bisaa lebih maju lagi.

Dodi sismanto said...

Dodi Sismanto (E1C011069)
Mudah-mudahan saja bisa negara kita mengadakan events ini, Amien2

Teguh Rafian said...

Teguh Rafian (E1C011046)
Animal Husbandry Events memang bagus, dan saya pernah melihat dalam skala kabupaten di negeri (dengan nama yang berbeda), semoga bisa berskala nasional dan internasional. sehingga para peternak bisa lebih maju dan berwawasan lebih luas terhadap peternakan yang ada di dunia.

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