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    NC Secretary of Agriculture Steve Troxler and State Veterinarian Doug Meckes Thursday, June 11, 2015 announce the suspension of poultry shows and public sales to head off a threat of highly contagious avian influenza this fall in NC. This will include the N.C. State Fair and Mountain State Fair poultry shows, bird shows at county fairs, live bird auctions and poultry swap meets.

NC Secretary of Agriculture Steve Troxler and State Veterinarian Doug Meckes Thursday, June 11, 2015 announce the suspension of poultry shows and public sales to head off a threat of highly contagious avian influenza this fall in NC. This will include the N.C. State Fair and Mountain State Fair poultry shows, bird shows at county fairs, live bird auctions and poultry swap meets. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
NC Secretary of Agriculture Steve Troxler and State Veterinarian Doug Meckes Thursday, June 11, 2015 announce the suspension of poultry shows and public sales to head off a threat of highly contagious avian influenza this fall in NC. This will include the N.C. State Fair and Mountain State Fair poultry shows, bird shows at county fairs, live bird auctions and poultry swap meets. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

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