More than 100,000 turkeys have died after HPAI outbreak in Dakotas
More than 100,000 birds are dead in the Dakotas after two reported cases of High Pathogenic Avian Influenza.
75,000 birds were culled after the virus swept through a turkey farm in the Mount Rushmore State. This is the first of the year in the state and the largest since the outbreak began last year. 58,000 turkeys died at a facility in North Dakota.
To date, nearly 60 million birds have died since the outbreak began, affecting flocks in 47 states.