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on April 4, 2017

Kentucky has second avian flu detection

Free-range layer flock of 2,700 was located near farm where Kentucky’s first avian flu case occurred

Kentucky has reported its second case of low pathogenic H7N9 avian influenza.

Dr. Bradley Keogh, Kentucky deputy state veterinarian, said in an April 4 telephone interview that the virus was found a flock of about 2,700 free-range layers. The birds were being raised by a contract grower for a free-range…

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