An interactive map tracking bird flu cases in North America to help poultry growers, producers and farmers monitor breaking US avian influenza outbreaks
Biosecurity is a must in preparedness for the expected return of avian influenza in US flyways in the fall of 2015, and vaccination of flocks is a possibility.
Good management and low corn prices have contributed to the company's increased profitability.
Genetic analysis of isolates from infected poultry is yielding clues regarding how the avian influenza virus has been spread in the current U.S. outbreak.
JBS USA Pork intends to purchase unit for $1.45 billion
Avian influenza continues to be a major focus for the poultry industry. Here are six developments concerning avian influenza you should know:
1) Are avian influenza control strategies working? – University of Minnesota’s Dr.
hosted its first Twitter chat on avian influenza to engage au...
The number of human fatalities in 2015 due to bird flu is already above ...
Two-year recording keeping requirement to pose administrative burden...
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The airborne spread of avian influenza and through migratory birds – and...
The rising level of broiler egg sets won’t
lead to an oversupply of chi...
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