THIS fall semester, nearly 500 Iowa State University students will be affected by the cancellation of classes at the university's poultry teaching and research farm due to the threat of a resurgence of avian influenza.
The Iowa State department of animal science is minimizing traffic to the facility located south of campus to safeguard a flock of rare chickens used for research. There are concerns that this spring's outbreak of avian influenza may
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