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Avian flu threat leads to precautions half a world away

Willmar, Minn. So far, domestic chicken flocks in southeast Asia have been hit hardest by avian influenza. But the disease puts fear in any poultry producer. Dale Lauer, who directs the Minnesota Poultry Testing Laboratory in Willmar, the epi-center of the state's turkey industry, says turkeys are just as susceptible.

Full Article: http://news.minnesota.publicradio.org/features/2004/11/29_bensonl_birdflu/


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