Concern as Avian Flu is found in wild bird in Donegal

The Irish Farmers Association says further cases of highly contagious Avian flu are a ‘grave concern’, after a case was detected in a wild bird in Donegal yesterday.

Cases were also detected in Kerry and Offaly, while it was detected in a peregrine falcon in Galway last week.

The IFA says the outbreak could have an impact on Ireland’s exports of chicken.

Andrew Boylan is chair of the IFA’s poultry committee………

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