Stop movement order issued on certain poultry in Alabama

Alabama issues stop movement order on certain poultry while it investigates potential avian influenza cases at three premises in northern Alabama.

Alabama state veterinarian Dr. Tony Frazier, in consultation with commissioner of agriculture and industries John McMillan, issued March 14 a stop movement order for certain poultry in Alabama.

“The health of poultry is critically important at this time,” Frazier said. “With three investigations of avian influenza in north Alabama on three separate premises, we feel that the stop movement order is the most effective way to implement biosecurity for all poultry in our

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