A closer look at HPAI’s impact on Wisconsin eggs

We are getting a closer look at the impact of high path avian flu on Wisconsin’s egg production.

Production was up 10 percent in May on the month, but it was down a third from a year ago. The average number of layers in May was just over five million birds compared to last year’s seven and a half million.

The state first detected the disease in March when almost three million hens had to be culled.

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