Bird flu outbreak drives Nebraska to cull 1.8 million more chickens

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Chickens are pictured at Southern California Sanctuary on Oct. 5 in Acton, Calif. In Nebraska, another 1.8 million are being killed over bird flu concerns.

Over 50 million birds have already been killed nationwide as a result of this year’s massive outbreak of the disease, which shows no signs of stopping.

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