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Expert says 2017 bird flu outbreak in U.S. could become much worse

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The U.S. recent bird flu outbreak could rival the 2015 outbreak that cost the U.S. 50 million birds. The disease has led to the culling of more than 250,000 chickens and turkeys already this year and had spread to three states by March 21, almost a week before the first outbreak of 2015 was confirmed on March 27.

Poultry Science Professor Joseph Hess of Auburn University said that the disease is unpredictable even with biosecurity measures in place.

“We. . .

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