Household Cat Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Carver County After Owner Had COVID-19Minnesota health officials say a Carver County cat has been confirmed to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. It’s the first confirmed case in a cat in the state.
Infected Douglas County Deer Traced To Pine County FarmThe state last month temporarily banned the movement of all farmed white-tailed deer within Minnesota.
Minnesota Is Restricting The Movement Of Farmed Deer In Hopes Of Curbing The Spread Of CWDState officials are asking deer farmers to not transport the animals to and from their properties for a month.
Deer In Douglas County Tests Positive For Chronic Wasting DiseaseAccording to authorities, this is the first time CWD has been confirmed in Douglas County, and the site is now under quarantine.
Minnesota Farm Shutters Under Deal To Contain Deer DiseaseA central Minnesota farm where deer were found infected with a fatal brain disease has closed and the U.S. Department of Agriculture compensated the owner for euthanizing his entire herd
Minn. Officials Urge Caution After Horse Disease Found In Neighboring StatesState officials say horse owners should be on the lookout after a highly contagious disease is being reported in the Upper Midwest.
Minnesota Horse Diagnosed With West Nile Virus, First Since 2016The Board of Animal Health has confirmed the first case of West Nile virus in a Minnesota horse in more than a year.
Minnesota Lifts Quarantines On Farms Infected With Bird FluMinnesota has lifted the last remaining quarantines on poultry farms that were infected with highly pathogenic bird flu, marking a milestone in the state's recovery from an outbreak that cost its turkey and egg producers over 9 million birds.
Minnesota Turkey Farmers Bracing For Possible Return Of Bird FluThanksgiving is next month and this year, it comes after the bird flu killed millions of Minnesota turkeys. Last spring, more than 100 farms across the state had infected flocks of turkeys that had to be destroyed.
4H Students Settle In To Reality Of Bird-Free FairsPeople visiting county fairs this summer are starting to notice something is missing: birds. The Chisago County Fair opens Thursday in Rush City. And like every other fair in the state, it has been directed to cancel its live poultry exhibits to prevent the possible spread of bird flu.
Minnesota Records 13 Straight Days With No New Bird FluMinnesota recorded its 13th straight day with no new cases of bird flu on Thursday as the focus on recovery continues. Minnesota producers have lost around 9 million turkeys and chickens on 108 farms to the H5N2 avian influenza virus since its presence was first confirmed in early March.
Some Farmers Restocking After Bird Flu OutbreakWe're seeing a new phase in the bird flu outbreak that has led to the deaths of millions of turkeys in Minnesota. A small number of affected farmers are now restocking.
Stearns County Farm To Become 2nd In Minnesota To RestockThe Minnesota Board of Animal Health says one of the first farms in Stearns County to be hit by the Midwest bird flu outbreak is set to restock with turkeys in the coming days. It'll be the second Minnesota poultry farm to resume production.
1st Midwest Farm Hit By Bird Flu RestartsThree months after a devastating form of bird flu made its first appearance in the Midwest, the first poultry farm in the region to be affected is growing turkeys again — even though the virus is still lurking in Minnesota and beyond.
Kandiyohi County Records 40th Bird Flu CaseThe top turkey producing county in the country's top turkey state has recorded its 40th case of bird flu. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health on Friday said the state's latest presumed positive detection is a turkey farm in Kandiyohi County.