State Agriculture Department Renews High Path Avian Influenza Emergency Orders
ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Maryland Secretary of Agriculture has extended Emergency Orders to prevent High Path Avian Influenza from infecting Maryland poultry flocks. These measures are in response to the continuing threat of an outbreak. The quarantine orders require all hatching eggs and poultry entering the state to be tested within 10 days or come from certified clean sources. Poultry markets must maintain records of all birds sold or purchased. The quarantine orders also, all commercial poultry farms must meet basic biosecurity and sanitation practices, including: Read more.