Burmese state media report that the country's Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department has brought a recent bird flu outbreak under control.
The New Light of Myanmar reports Sunday Burma has culled about 140-thousand chickens and 130-thousand quails to contain the outbreak.
Officials destroyed 226 chicken and 63 quail farms in the campaign. Burma's outbreak was reported in late February.
Four townships in Sagaing division and six townships in Mandalay division were affected. Authorities are investigating poultry farms in Naypyidaw, which is about 300 kilometers south of Mandalay.
They say the deadly H5N1 strain of the bird flu virus has not been found there.
Officials have taken the preventative measure of banning the transport of chickens and eggs from outside to Rangoon.