Avian flu pops back up in New Brunswick
By GrainewsNews Disease watch
B.C. only other province with cases so far this month.
Highly pathogenic avian influenza in domestic birds in Canada appears to be in check so far this month in most regions of the country outside southwestern B.C. — but for one recent case in Atlantic Canada.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed an outbreak of high-path avian flu in what it describes as non-commercial, non-poultry birds at a property in eastern New Brunswick.
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