WHILE new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) continue to be found in the Upper Midwest, one of the first poultry farms to be affected has restocked its turkeys.
The Pope County, Minn., farm was restocked with new birds on June 7, Dr. Dale Lauer, an assistant director with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health, told the Associated Press. HPAI was confirmed on the farm March 4, and 44,000 birds either died or were culled because of the
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