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Poultry exports from Wright County, Minn., have been halted by Cuba, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan after cases of low-pathogenic bird flu were discovered, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Cuba and Guatemala stopped all shipments of raw poultry and poultry meat products in Wright County from birds slaughtered on or after June 29. Hong Kong and Singapore stopped imports of poultry meat and products derived from birds raised or processed on or after July 4, said the USDA. Taiwan halted imports of all poultry meat and products loaded-on-board vessel on or after June 29.
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