We told you earlier this week that the poultry disease Virulent Newcastle has shown up for the first time in Arizona. According to Georgia Department of Agriculture State Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Cobb, this is now the third state to detect the disease.
The feral swine issue is a growing problem. But according to Robert Cobb, Georgia Department of Agriculture state veterinarian, work is being done to help landowners deal with this issue. Efforts Continue in Georgia to Fight Feral Swine
So far so good when it comes to any Avian Influenza (AI) cases across the Southeast this year. But according to Georgia Department of Agriculture State Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Cobb, there have been a few cases of AI in other states. Georgia State Vet on Good Biosecurity
It was officially announced by the Georgia Department of Agriculture that a flock of chickens at a commercial poultry breeding operation in Chattooga County had tested positive for H7, presumptive low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI). Georgia State Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Cobb, says the state now joins Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee in having a positive case of A.I.