Rapid Response May Contain Further Bird-Flu Spread in U.S.By
Virus detected in 10 Indiana commercial poultry flocks
European Union, Japan impose poultry import restrictions
A move to quickly quarantine and destroy Indiana turkey flocks infected with avian influenza may help prevent a repeat of last year’s outbreak that cost the industry $3.3 billion, according to officials.
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