Tag Archive: avian flu (14)

Fall 2023 Avian Flu Report

Agriculture WGC Indy Blogs

October 10, 2023
The current strain of H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) has upended the global poultry industry – and resulted in the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history. Since the flu arrived in the United States in early 2022, poultry farmers and wildlife conservationists have scrambled to contain cases. A lucky... Read More

October 2023 Bird Flu Update

Agriculture MBM Blogs

October 10, 2023
The current strain of H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) has upended the global poultry industry – and resulted in the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history. Since the flu arrived in the United States in early 2022, poultry farmers and wildlife conservationists have scrambled to contain cases. A lucky... Read More

October 2023 Avian Flu Update

Agriculture WGC Blogs

October 10, 2023
The current strain of H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) has upended the global poultry industry – and resulted in the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history. Since the flu arrived in the United States in early 2022, poultry farmers and wildlife conservationists have scrambled to contain cases. A lucky... Read More

H5N1 Alert: USDA Confirms Cases of Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Wisconsin

MBM Blogs

March 15, 2022
On Saturday, the United States Department of Agriculture confirmed cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in Wisconsin and Kansas. Highly pathogenic avian influenza – also known as H5N1 or HPAI – can wreak havoc on commercial and non-commercial flocks. This past week, the USDA confirmed the presence of... Read More

H5N1 Alert: USDA Confirms Cases of Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Illinois

Agriculture WGC Blogs

March 15, 2022
On Saturday, the United States Department of Agriculture confirmed cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in Illinois and Kansas. Highly pathogenic avian influenza – also known as H5N1 or HPAI – can wreak havoc on commercial and non-commercial flocks. This past week, the USDA confirmed the presence of... Read More

New Bird Challenges In The New Year

MBM Blogs

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

New Bird Conflicts To Expect In The New Year

WGC Indy Blogs

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

A New Year Brings New Bird Challenges

WGC Blogs

January 11, 2022
It wasn’t just a changed world for people in 2020 and 2021; bird species were also forced to adapt to the pandemic-driven interruptions. Bird management strategies have had to keep up. From still empty buildings to the shift in human traffic patterns, lingering pandemic effects will continue to impact birds... Read More

Flu Season and Avian Flu: 2021 HPAI Risk Alert

Agriculture WGC Blogs

December 7, 2021
Not everything that comes with the holiday season in the Midwest is a matter of good cheer, unfortunately. It’s flu season as well. What Is The Flu? Influenza is a rapidly evolving multi-strain virus first described by Hippocrates in 400 BCE. There are two main types: A and B. While... Read More

Flu Season & the 2021 HPAI Risk Alert: Avian Flu

Agriculture MBM Blogs

December 7, 2021
Not everything that comes with the holiday season in the Midwest is a matter of good cheer, unfortunately. It’s flu season as well. The Flu: What Is It? Influenza is a rapidly evolving multi-strain virus first described by Hippocrates in 400 BCE. There are two main types: A and B.... Read More