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County Date Confirmed Positive Number of Poultry Type of Operation May 9, 2015
Date Confirmed Positive
Number of Poultry
Type of Operation
May 9, 2015
Current Statewide Situation
Total number of affected premises = 1
Total number of affected counties = 1
Premises by County/Number of flocks
Total number of birds affected in Indiana
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Movements of eggs, semen, live birds (including exotics and pets), bird carcasses, and poultry products (including byproducts such as feathers and manure) from HPAI control areas into Indiana must meet all entry requirements and be accompanied by a pre-approved permit. Permits must be obtained from the State Veterinarian of the state-of-origin after specific testing and/or biosecurity requirements are met.
If your premises is in a control area in Indiana, a permit is required to move poultry and poultry products (including eggs, feathers, litter and meat). To request a permit email BOAH at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call BOAH at: 317-544-2400.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is sampling wild birds across the state. An interactive map with wild bird test results is available at: www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/8498.htm.
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