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A group of Rhode Island reds huddle in the Parrish family's chicken coup, at their home in the Wandermere area of Spokane, Wash. Backyard poultry producers in Washington are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the Tri-Cities area. The Spokesman-Review reported Wednesday, Jan. 14 that some of the birds died from the fast-acting H5N2 avian influenza, which poses little risk to people.

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Avian flu outbreak in Tri-Cities prompts warning

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Backyard poultry producers in Washington are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the Tri-Cities area.

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