Tuesday 27 February, 2024

Government lifts AI prevention zone

Chief vet warns although cases remain low, birdkeepers must remain vigilant

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AI prevention zones have now been lifted
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AI prevention zones have now been lifted

The Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) for poultry and captive birds, introduced to help stop the spread of avian influenza, has been lifted, the Government has announced today. The enhanced biosecurity...

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