Volume 26, Number 3—March 2020
Role of Live-Duck Movement Networks in Transmission of Avian Influenza, France, 2016–2017
|Holding type pair||No. (%) flocks moved||No. ducks moved
||Distance moved, km
|Rearing to breeding||382 (4.2)||6,001||4,773||3,016–8,991||15,090||58||36||0.1–101||213|
|Breeding to force-feeding||8,712 (95.8)||993||958||629–1,188||8,050||50||40||16–71||408|
*IQR, interquartile range; max, maximum.
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