The Netherlands has culled a further 220,000 chickens after an outbreak of bird flu at factory farms in Noord-Brabant and in Noord-Holland.

“It is probably a highly pathogenic variant of bird flu,” the country’s Agriculture Ministry said in a statement on Monday.

The animals on the farms in question are culled in a bid to prevent the virus from spreading.

The Ministry also imposed a transport ban on poultry transportation as it struggles to contain an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N1 virus.

The Netherlands has culled hundreds of thousands of chickens, ducks, and turkeys after outbreaks of the disease began in 2021. (ILKHA)

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