Bird flu detected in Franklin County

A flock of birds in Franklin County was found to have avian influenza. There isn't a concern for sickness in humans and food supplies are not at risk, officials said.

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March 16, 2022 - 4:12 PM

The annual visit from flocks of snow geese migrating from points south to their breeding grounds on the Arctic tundra has begun at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area in Kleinfeltersville, Pa. March 4, 2021. Dan Gleiter | dgleiter@pennlive.com

The U.S. and Kansas departments of agriculture have issued a warning to Kansans to protect their poultry and waterfowl.

A flock of birds in Franklin County was reported to have the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). 

The flock was a mixture of different birds at a home farm including chickens, ducks, and other types of birds, said Heather Lansdowne with the Kansas Department of Agriculture.

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