Avian influenza forces 12,000 turkeys to be killed

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Officials with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency say 12s safe to continu,000 turkeys at a commercial barn in western Nova Scotia had to be euthanized after avian influenza was discovered at the farms Robert Benzie and Rob Ferguson.

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