DATE: December 14, 2018
LOCATION: Leeds Grenville, Ontario
DETAILS: A small flock of seven layer type birds has tested positive for Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT). Clinical signs first appeared in late November. The virus has been identified as a wild strain. Poultry producers, small flock growers and service providers are being urged to maintain enhanced biosecurity.
ILT - Leeds Grenville - Ontario
Clinical signs first appeared in late November.
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