The USDA and other federal agencies on Monday confirmed that an unknown number of dairy cattle in Texas and Kansas have become sick with highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).

The Texas Department of Agriculture cited that “a mysterious disease has been working its way through the Texas Panhandle,” before USDA officials identified the illness as a strain of HPAI. The Texas Department of Agriculture stated three dairies in the state had been affected.

The Kansas Department of Agriculture also reported that at least two commercial dairy operations were affected.

While stating this is a “rapidly evolving situation,” the USDA stated there was no impact on human health, including milk or other dairy products.

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