After an outbreak of avian influenza was spotted on a farm in Hot-Savoy, poultry farmers in a nearby radius had to take some precautionary measures and semi-confine their chickens.
Chickens on the shores of Lake Geneva are also entitled to their share of the semi-detention. Following the outbreak of avian influenza in Hot-Savoy, Missouri, a control zone was established to move from Hermans to the gland. Poultry farmers in the municipalities of Geneva and Wad Lakeside received a press release outlining the protective measures to be put in place.
These are aimed at preventing any contact between farm poultry and wild birds, which can cause disease. Despite the speed of action that the relevant producers have to perform, they assure us that these new responsibilities are not particularly limited. The first to be affected are the chickens, which lose their normal excursions in the fresh air.