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Avian influenza lingers across the U.S.

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Three larger turkey operations in Utah confirmed detections in July.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) cases in the U.S. have significantly declined since the initial onset of the outbreak earlier this year, but cases in the West, particularly in Utah, linger. Three larger turkey operations in Sanpete County, Utah, confirmed detections in July, and Montana had a backyard poultry case in Flathead County on July 24. Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Florida and Maine have all reported backyard poultry cases since the middle of June. Nationally, nearly 400

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