Disease Alerts

Check below for the latest information on suspected and confirmed Avian Influenza disease alerts. As always, be vigilant in your biosecurity protocols to protect your flock and for the safety of other flocks.

2022 HPAI Resources

Thanksgiving Week HPAI Testing Schedule

Webinars

Handouts

Composting Information

Additional Resources from Industry Partners

University of Minnesota Extension

The University of Minnesota Extension poultry team has some excellent resources for poultry biosecurity.  Abby Schuft, MS is an Extension Educator - Poultry is with the University of Minnesota. She can be reached at neux0012@umn.edu or 320-235-0726 x 2019.

To better understand the signs of High Path Avian Influenza (HPAI), Dr. Cardona with the University of Minnesota Extension has compiled the following materials.

If you notice birds with any clinical signs of HPAI, contact your veterinarian immediately.

Minnesota Board of Animal Health

The Minnesota Board of Animal Health is an excellent resource as well.

Minnesota Poultry Testing Laboratory

If there are any questions or concerns about a specific disease alert, please contact your veterinarian or the MN Poultry Testing Laboratory at 320-231-5170.

Todd 109-22

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Otter Tail 108-22

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Renville 107-22

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Stearns 106-22

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Swift 105-22

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Stearns 104-22

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Le Sueur 103-22

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Swift 102-22

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Itasca 101-22

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Pope 100-22

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Goodhue 99-22

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Todd 98-22

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