Avian flu impacts poultry producers amid Thanksgiving turkey demand
By CTV NewsNews Disease watch
The main course for the feast may not be the easiest for consumers to access this year.
It’s a traditional centrepiece for Thanksgiving dinner tables. But the main course for the feast may not be the easiest to access.
A growing number of commercial poultry operations tested positive for the H5N1 strain of avian flu. Nearly 30 commercial operations have temporarily closed to contain the spread. Alberta is being hit particularly hard.
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