July 7, 2022

About 3.5 million chickens were killed in Lancaster County due to bird flu

Nearly 3.5 million chickens have been killed by bird flu in Lancaster County. Nonetheless, Secretary of State Russell Redding said he was encouraged by Pennsylvania’s position on the fight against the deadly virus. To prevent the spread of bird flu. “We need to control this virus. That’s what this game is about for now,” he said. The government’s initiative is still working. Three commercial poultry farms have tested positive for bird flu. And they are all in a place called the control zone. It was the first time the virus had been detected within a six-mile radius of a farm in the Eastern Tonical Township. According to Redding, the control zone is important to prevent the spread of bird flu. “Make sure what’s out there and what’s out there. Limits imposed on all farms in the control zone apply. “We have imposed more restrictions than anyone wants from a business standpoint, but it is very important to reassure the markets and our international trading partners,” he said. Redding said. The last outbreak of bird flu in the 1980s, and those lessons help confirm that there is now a strong reaction to the state.

Nearly 3.5 million chickens have been killed in Lancaster County due to bird flu.

Nonetheless, Secretary of State Russell Redding said he was encouraged by where Pennsylvania stands in the fight against the deadly virus.

Redding said he believes measures will be taken to prevent the spread of bird flu.

“We need to control this virus. That’s what this game is about right now,” he said.

The government’s initiative is still working.

Three commercial poultry farms have been tested positive for bird flu, all of which are called control zone. It was first detected by the virus within a six-mile radius around the East Donegal Township farm.

According to Redding, the control zone is important to prevent the spread of bird flu.

“Other farms that could affect both affected farms – not only in the zone, but also outside – were allowed and restricted to do so, to control going in and out,” he said.

Redding said the restrictions imposed apply to all farms in the control zone.

“We have more controls than anyone wants from a business standpoint, but it is very important for the markets and our international trading partners to ensure this,” he said.

Reding said he had learned a lot from the last outbreak of bird flu in the 1980s, and those lessons help ensure the state now has a strong response.