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A watchful eye remains on AI and cattle to control spread

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Avian influenza or bird flu has been on the mind of every cattle farmer since late March. While bird flu is...

USDA unveils new efforts to reduce spread of avian influenza

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — In March, the United States saw for the first-time avian influenza jump from avian species to dairy cattle. H5N1, otherwise commonly...

FDA says milk supply safe after some AI positive test samples

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced that some milk samples they tested came back positive for avian influenza which...

Auburn researcher aims to help prevent, control avian influenza

AUBURN, Ala. — Since 2022, avian flu — a rapidly circulating Influenza Type A virus — has affected more than 81 million poultry, as...

HPAI virus in U.S. West jumps to cattle and at least 1 human worker

ITHACA, N.Y. — Scientists are looking into how the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus has made the species jump from traditional birds to other...

HPAI virus found in cattle in some western states

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The USDA, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as other local officials...

Scientists fear for penguin populations as Antarctica sees first case of bird flu

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — In February, Reuters reported scientists discovered a fatal case of a type of avian influenza on the continent of Antarctica that...

An update on avian influenza and outbreaks around the world

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention website, there are two categories of avian influenza. One is called Highly...

Avian influenza will be the theme for the 2024 Latin American Poultry Summit

ATLANTA — Avian influenza will be the featured topic at the 2024 Latin American Poultry Summit. The theme, “A Look at Avian Influenza to...

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