Indian poultry market hit by avian flu scares
Ducks at five farms in Kerala test positive
In India, recent outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have caused disruption to poultry markets. Sales and prices are down, and a poultry market in Delhi has been closed temporarily.
Meanwhile, new cases have been confirmed in poultry flocks in Iran, Japan, and South Korea. In Africa, the Republic…