Yunlin farms cull 16,000 chickens amid bird flu outbreak
Taipei, Jan. 7 (CNA) About 16,000 chickens were culled in Yunlin County, southern Taiwan, after birds at two chicken farms were confirmed as being infected by the highly pathogenic type A of subtype H5N1 of the avian influenza, the county's Animal Disease Control Center said in a statement Saturday.
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