Argentina’s poultry sector is on alert.
Following a finding in northern Argentina, the avian flu threatens poultry meat and egg production, confirmed in the country and in Uruguay this week.
“It is very bad news because of the consequences it can bring in terms of bird mortality and production losses,” said Javier Prida, president of the Argentine Chamber of Poultry Producers (CAPIA).
The Government, the agricultural chambers, and Senasa work in coordination to “maximize . . .