Minnesota poultry flocks are at risk for Newcastle disease

08/27/2010 | Minnesota Public Radio

With hundreds of wild birds in Minnesota dying of a virulent strain of Newcastle disease, the state's Department of Natural Resources is urging poultry producers to closely monitor their flocks for the illness, which triggers complete or partial paralysis in birds. States such as Wisconsin and North Dakota also have suspected outbreaks of the disease this summer.

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