Everett Griner talks about avian flu strikes in the U.S. once again in today’s Agri View. You just mention the words avian bird flu and it sends a jolt through the veins of poultry farmers. There is 2 cases that have been reported in Tennessee this year. The affected area has been under quarantine. Nearly 75,000 …
The Iowa Department of Agriculture is prepping for a potential avian influenza outbreak by recommending producers continue and improve biosecurity efforts.
Everett Griner talks about Avian Flu spreading overseas in today’s Agri View.
More outbreaks of H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza are prompting concerns within Europe’s poultry industry.
A series of separate highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks have sparked import bans of poultry products in at least two countries. The U.S. Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy has compiled several reports on outbreaks of H5N8 in Germany, Hungary, India, Israel and Switzerland, according to online meat industry publication Meatingplace.
Wildfowl infected with bird flu has been discovered in several European Union countries. As a result, the Dutch government ordered farmers in the Netherlands to move their poultry flocks indoors.