Ban on Free-Range Poultry in Slovenia Relaxed

Ljubljana, 5 January - Slovenia's veterinary authority has decided to relax the ban on free-range poultry which it imposed in October 2005 after it was confirmed that the bird flu virus discovered in neighbouring Croatia was the lethal H5N1 strain.

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