Canadian Poultry Magazine

Avian influenza strikes twice more in Alberta, Canada


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The latest infections include one commercial flock and one non-commercial flock.

The presence of highly pathogenic avian influenza has been confirmed on two more farms in the Canadian province of Alberta.

One of the new cases involved a commercial flock in Strathcona County, while the other involved a non-commercial flock in the Municipal District of Smoky River.

These mark the third and fourth premises affected by HPAI in Alberta in September, and the fifth in Canada for the month.


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