(St. Paul, MN) — As of today (TUE), all quarantines have been lifted on Minnesota farms infected with the avian flu. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says all 108 farms impacted by highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have completed cleaning and disinfecting and have been given the “all clear” to restock their barns with poultry. Nine million birds died as a result of last spring and summer’s HPAI outbreak. There have been no new cases of bird flu reported in Minnesota since June.
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