Argentina has reported its first case of bird flu in industrial poultry, causing the country to suspend avian product exports and raising concerns that the disease could spread and affect exports.

The case was detected in the province of Rio Negro, an area with low poultry density. The country’s food safety agency has suspended exports in response to international regulations to avoid further spread of the disease.

Argentina has confirmed 25 cases so far, with the first cases reported in mid-February, prompting the country to declare a sanitary emergency.

Poultry products generate over $350 million in annual exports for Argentina.

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