high path avian influenza

Avian influenza back in the Atlantic flyways and being found in wild birds along the East Coast. Poultry farmers and owners urged to be vigilant with biosecurity protocols with their birds.

Avian influenza back in the Atlantic flyways and being found in wild birds along the East Coast. Poultry farmers and owners urged to be vigilant with biosecurity protocols with their birds.

Summary: Nationally and along the East Coast, we are seeing the re-emergence of avian influenza in the wild bird population. Because of the threat this presents to our poultry industry, we urge producers to maintain heightened biosecurity protocols to protect their...

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Backyard flock of chickens in Wake County tests positive for high path avian influenza. Serves as reminder that HPAI remains in wild bird population and precautions still need to be taken.

Backyard flock of chickens in Wake County tests positive for high path avian influenza. Serves as reminder that HPAI remains in wild bird population and precautions still need to be taken.

State Veterinarian Dr. Mike Martin urges poultry owners to remain vigilant in protecting their birds after a flock of chickens in Wake County tested positive for high path avian influenza. Martin said it is a reminder that HPAI remains in the wild bird population in...

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