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This year’s outbreak of avian influenza means slightly higher prices at the grocery store for turkey.

Poultry producers and bird handlers asked to exercise caution as fall migration continues.

Better communication and the consideration of vaccines is helping improve USDA response to bird flu.

USDA officials update Senate Ag Committee on status of avian influenza.

New order says poultry moving to live bird markets and eggs destined for a commercial breaking operation from states with infected HPAI flocks must be certified the shipment has tested negative for avian influenza.

Egg prices are on an upward trend, following avian influenza outbreak.

Although poultry shows have been canceled, exhibitors have a new way to get into sale ring.

Overall, USDA estimates, 45 million turkeys, chickens, and ducks in 15 states have been euthanized in an effort to limit the spread of the contagious, deadly flu.

Pennsylvania preparing in advance for avian influenza threat.

It’s hard, but Putnam County 4-H’er understands Ohio's decision to ban county fair poultry shows to minimize the risk of bird flu spreading.
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