OMAHA (DTN) -- New cases of the highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza were detected in commercial turkey flocks in Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin this week, USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announced Friday.
Two new cases of H5N2 were confirmed by APHIS on Thursday, April 16:
-- 26,000-bird commercial turkey flock in Roseau County, Minnesota, in the Mississippi Flyway. This was the first detection of H5N2 in the county.
-- 126,700-bird commercial turkey flock in Barron County, Wisconsin, in the Mississippi Flyway. This was the county's first detected case.
Four new cases of H5N2 were also confirmed on ...