Wild birds that spread the virus will very likely carry it when they begin migrating south in the fall, John Clifford, the USDA's chief veterinary officer, said in remarks prepared for a U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on Tuesday. Clifford testified before the Senate committee after U.S. lawmakers from Iowa criticized the USDA for taking too long to...» Read More
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