MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Farms across Minnesota are getting some good news in the fight against bird flu.

State animal health leaders said the quarantine on Minnesota poultry farms is now lifted.

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That means poultry products from farms that were not infected with avian flu don’t need additional testing.

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Forty-three affected farms are going through the process of restocking.

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There have been no new infected farms since early last month.