Biosecurity lessons learned from avian flu outbreak

Updated August 19 2021 - 9:28am, first published 9:14am
AVIAN FLU: On July 31 last year, birds tested positive for avian influenza on a Golden Plains free range egg farm. File photo.
AVIAN FLU: On July 31 last year, birds tested positive for avian influenza on a Golden Plains free range egg farm. File photo.

A year on from the largest outbreak of avian influenza ever seen in Australia, Victorian poultry farmers are benefiting from important biosecurity lessons learnt during the episode.

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