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Avian cholera hits waterfowl in Ark.

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.

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