Dead waterfowl from northeastern and east-central Arkansas had avian cholera, which may have been carried by snow and Ross' geese, says state wildlife veterinarian Jennifer Ballard. The outbreak poses a minimal risk to commercial poultry, but state veterinarian Brandon Doss encourages producers to maintain strong biosecurity to prevent any disease transmission to and from wild birds.
Avian cholera hits waterfowl in Ark.
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