Bird Flu Found in Domestic Georgia Flock and 2022 Census of Agriculture
From the Ag Information Network, I’m Bob Larson along with your Agribusiness Update.
**The Georgia Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal & Plant Health Inspection
Service have confirmed Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, or chicken flu, in a non-commercial, yard flock of varied species positioned in Toombs County in Southeast Georgia.
www.gfb.org reviews, that is the primary affirmation of HPAI in home birds in Georgia this yr.
Previously, the virus had solely been confirmed in wild birds in Georgia.
**The IndyCar racing collection will swap to a completely renewable gas subsequent yr.
IndyCar says that starting in 2023, the race vehicles can be powered by a second-generation renewable ethanol racing gas developed by Shell.
Executive Vice President, Carlos Maurer says, “Our motorsports technical alliances around the world provide a testing ground for fuel and lubricant technologies and products in demanding road conditions.”
**Ag producers have till June 30 to enroll to obtain the
2022 Census of Agriculture.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service will mail ag census survey codes for responding on-line to each recognized U.S. producer in November.
Hard copies can be mailed in December.
The ag census has been performed for greater than 180 years and stays the one supply of complete and neutral agricultural information for each state and county in the nation.
For extra data, go to www.nass.usda.gov/AgCensus.