Bird flu cases continue to increase across Iowa

LEADER, KCCI 8 AT 9 ON METV”> BIRD FLU CASES HERE IN IOWA ARE ON THE RISE — THE STATE ALREADY HAS REPORTED NEARLY ONE MILLION BIRDS INFECTED — OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS. KCCI’S KAYLA JAMES SHOWS US JUST WHAT KIND OF IMPT AC THIS COULD HAVE ON US AND OUR GROCERY SHOPPING LIS. TS THE NEWEST CASES CE OM FROM BUENA VISTA COUNTY – – MAKING IT THE SECOND OUTBREAK THERE OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS. WE’RE STILL WAITING ON AN EXACT NUMBER OF BIRDS IMPAEDCT — BUT THAT VY ERWELL COULD PUSH US TOWARDS ONE MILLION. SO WHAT DOES THIS MN EA FOR ALL OF US AT HOME WHO BUY EGGS, CHICKEN, OR TURKEY. WELL — IT DOESN’T SEEM LIKE ANYTHING TO PANIC ABOUT RIGHT NO W. I SPOKE WITH A BUSINESS ANALYST AT THE EGG INDUSTRY CEERNT BASED AT ISU. HE LOOKED BACK AT THE 2015 BIRD FLU OUTBREAK. WHEN IT COMES TO EGGS –E H SAYS THE LARGEST FLUCATION IN PRICE WE SAW WAS ABOUT A DOLLAR MORE PER DOZEN. THE PRICE INCREASE STARTED ABOUT ONE MOH NT AFTER THE MAJORITY OF HENS WERE INFECTE D. BUT GOOD NEWS– WE’RE NOWHERE NEAR TT HANUMBER. BACK IN 2015 — MORE THAN 50 MILLION CHICKENS AND TURKEYS WERE KILLED DUE TO THE BIRD FLU NATIONWIDE — ACCORDING TO THE USD A. AROUND 7.4 MILLION ARE INFECTED RIGHT NOW. NOT COUNTING THE MOST RECENTLY ANNOUNCED CASES — OF THOSE ABOUT 965-THOUSAND CHICKENS AND TURKEYS CAUGHT THE BIRD FLU — HERE IN IOWA. I DID REACH OUT TO THE IOWA POULTRY ASSOCIATION. THEY TELL ME EGG AND POULTRY FARMERS ARE OF COURSE CONCERN. ED

Bird flu cases continue to increase across Iowa

A second outbreak in Buena Vista County was confirmed on Friday by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and USDA.

The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and USDA have announced a second outbreak of the bird flu in Bueno Vista County on Friday. Buena Vista County’s first case was confirmed back on March 6. According to the USDA, a flock of 49,816 turkeys were impacted. Other impacted number of flock include 915,925 in Taylor County and 42 Pottawattamie County. The USDA has yet to update its website with the recent outbreak. According to the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, this second case involves chickens. Related:

The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and USDA have announced a second outbreak of the bird flu in Bueno Vista County on Friday.

Buena Vista County’s first case was confirmed back on March 6. According to the USDA, a flock of 49,816 turkeys were impacted. Other impacted number of flock include 915,925 in Taylor County and 42 Pottawattamie County.

The USDA has yet to update its website with the recent outbreak. According to the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, this second case involves chickens.

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Bird flu cases continue to increase across Iowa

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