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Avian influenza detected in non-commercial chicken flock south of Moncton

By CBC News   

News Disease watch avian influenza H5N1

Disease found last Monday in the Turtle Creek area, according to CFIA.

A highly transmissible and deadly variant of avian influenza has turned up in a small flock of chickens in southeastern New Brunswick.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s website shows the highly pathogenic avian influenza — or H5N1 — was detected last Monday in the Turtle Creek area, about 20 kilometres south of Moncton.

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