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    Divisions deep over feds' back-up plan to kill birds if avian flu returns

    BusinessMark Steil ? Worthington, Minn ? Oct 19, 2015


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    No one disputes that infected poultry flocks must be killed to protect other flocks. But after this year's heavy economic toll, including more than $3 billion in losses nationwide, the response to future outbreaks must be faster. The avian flu outbreak this year spread so quickly and killed so many birds that it appeared at times to be out of control.
    Speed is now the top priority, USDA chief veterinary officer John Clifford says.

    http://www.mprnews.org/story/2015/10...an-flu-returns


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