Ninth bird flu case confirmed in Ireland as 23,000 birds culled in the UK
15/02/2017 | 18:45
A case of 'bird flu' has been confirmed by the Department of Agriculture in a whooper swan located in Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary.
It follows another two cases of bird flu have been detected in wild birds earlier this week.
It brings to nine the total number of incidences of bird flu since the first case was detected in in the last week of the year in Wexford. The latest cases were detected in North Tipperary, near Nenagh, in a mute swan and near Midleton, Cork in a grey heron...