To minimize the potential exposure of H5N1 to domestic fowl, the state Department of Agriculture has issued several recommendations, including asking backyard poultry farmers to register their coops and restricting public access to chickens at the N.C. State Fair and at other public events, including cancellation of this fall’s Bull City Coop Tour.
To minimize the potential exposure of H5N1 to domestic fowl, the state Department of Agriculture has issued several recommendations, including asking backyard poultry farmers to register their coops and restricting public access to chickens at the N.C. State Fair and at other public events, including cancellation of this fall’s Bull City Coop Tour. Brian Cassella TNS
To minimize the potential exposure of H5N1 to domestic fowl, the state Department of Agriculture has issued several recommendations, including asking backyard poultry farmers to register their coops and restricting public access to chickens at the N.C. State Fair and at other public events, including cancellation of this fall’s Bull City Coop Tour. Brian Cassella TNS

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December 25, 2015 06:20 AM

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