(Bismarck, ND) -- A North Dakota ban on poultry events is back.
The State Board of Animal Health reinstated the ban after a new bird flu case was confirmed Wednesday. The case was found in a noncommercial backyard flock in Cass County.
The flock was destroyed and the farm affected has been quarantined.
Animal health officials are telling owners in a six mile area surround the farm to prevent contact between domestic poultry and wild birds and to watch for avian flu symptoms.