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U.S. Bird Experts Mystified by Midwest Avian Flu Spread

From the article:

A virulent strain of avian flu that has killed turkeys in the heart of the nation’s poultry region has been found through molecular testing to be nearly identical to viruses isolated in migratory ducks.


Once it arrives, avian flu can spread rapidly through a flock, killing birds in as little as 24 hours. The virus has not been identified in humans and is not expected to pose a public health risk, according to the USDA.



Kelsey P. 

ALL other bird flu strains infect humans (and kill them sometimes), yet this one doesn’t, even thought it is very, very widespread? Something doesn’t add up here.


It is odd but bird experts are perpetually mystified.


Connect the dots:

A) lobbyists from the poultry industry want the price of chicken to do what beef and pork did – like almost double in 10 years…..


Just some of obola’s illegals bringing their chickens across for the free corn. Move along people, nothing to see here.

Aye, aye, Cap’n!

Any visitors from China lately?

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Posted March 16, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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