Avian Flu Outbreak in Cattle Raises Consumer Demand Worries

By
Alejandro Ramirez
1 min read

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The recent spread of avian flu in dairy cows has sparked worries about a potential impact on consumer demand, leading to rattled cattle markets. The US Department of Agriculture confirmed cases in New Mexico and Texas, while a person in Texas was diagnosed with bird flu, likely due to exposure to infected dairy cows. These developments have raised concerns about the health implications and the potential effects on consumer demand.

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