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Bird Flu Is Our Fault

We don’t yet know if H5N1 bird flu will spill over from animals to infect a large number of humans.…

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Health

How Poor Tracking of Bird Flu Leaves Dairy Workers at Risk

Farmworkers have been exposed to milk infected with the bird flu virus. But there has been virtually no testing on…

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World

Lasers, Inflatable Dancers and the Fight to Fend Off Avian Flu

Some poultry growers are turning to innovative tactics to protect their flocks, deploying deterrents like drones, air horns, balloons and…

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Health

Scientists Fault Federal Response to Bird Flu Outbreaks on Dairy Farms

Testing for H5N1 infection has been limited, and the outbreak was never confined. But asymptomatic cows in North Carolina may…

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World

This G.O.P. Senate Candidate Says He Grew Up on a Family Farm. Not Exactly.

David McCormick has often spoken about his modest upbringing on a farm in Pennsylvania. A close look at his past…

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World

A Deadly Dog Attack Upends an Elite Westchester Farm

At a farm tied to Blue Hill at Stone Barns, where a meal costs around $400, two dogs killed a…

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Magazine

Fashion’s Favorite Farm

There are certain things the fashion industry will always love: The young and beautiful. Art and money. Nostalgia. A comeback.…

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Business

They Grow Your Berries and Peaches, but Often Lack One Item: Insurance

Farmers of fruits and vegetables say coverage has become unavailable or unaffordable as drought and floods increasingly threaten their crops.

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Magazine

How to Grow Old Like Isabella Rossellini

If you go to Isabella Rossellini’s Instagram page — and I recommend you do — you will see the 71-year-old…

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Magazine

How Does a Day Job Affect an Artist’s Work? This Exhibition Has an Idea

Plus: an installation in an Indian palace, a farm shop in upstate New York — and more recommendations from T…

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