Only one case of avian influenza reported in Canada in May
By realagricultureNews Disease watch
Drop in new cases a positive sign for sector.
There are still plenty of unknowns surrounding the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak that has killed millions of chickens and turkeys on farms across North America going back to early 2022.
But a drop in the number of new cases in the month of May is a positive sign for the poultry sector.
The industry was bracing for another wave of infections this spring with wild birds migrating north.
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