The fowl in question was depopulated.
The other premise was a backyard flock in Madison County.
According to USDA, both cases are considered presumptive low pathogenic avian influenza because neither flock showed signs of illness.
Alabama and other neighboring states are on high alert after two confirmed cases on avian flu in Tennessee.
The order effective March 15 comes "due to recent confirmation of avian influenza in the state of Tennessee and with three investigations of avian influenza in North Alabama", Frazier said. Offcials say this is not the same as the China H7N9 virus that has impacted poultry and infected humans in Asia.
'Yahoo' Hackers Indicted By US Government
Charges against four people, including two Russian security officials, were filed by federal prosecutors on Wednesday. The four are accused of computer hacking, economic espionage and other conspiracy charges.
The Alabama cases followed, but were not directly related to, the first confirmed cases this year of "highly pathogenic" avian flu just north of the Tennessee line.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) said the second outbreak location was in the existing control zone, adding that depopulation began on Mar 14 after initial tests confirmed the virus. This includes, but is not limited to, poultry exhibitions or sales at regional and county fairs, festivals, swap meets, exotic sales and live bird markets, flea markets and auctions. He also said the birds involved were waterfowl and consisted primarily of ducks and geese. Shipments of baby chicks from National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) approved facilities are not affected by this order.
"There is no risk for people", a state spokeswoman said.
"The health of poultry is critically important at this time", Dr.
Officials said Neither HPAI nor LPAI pose a risk to the food supply. Hess also said the outbreak shouldn't affect price or availability of poultry.
Black US Attorneys Resign After Sessions' Request
During Project Exile's first year, Richmond homicides declined 33 percent and armed robberies declined 30 percent. Specifics of a program to educate Americans on the dangers of drugs and addiction weren't laid out on Wednesday.
Alabama agriculture officials say a ban on selling and moving poultry doesn't affect commercial chicken farmers.
"We do have a problem with avian influenza in Alabama", Alabama Agriculture Commissioner John McMillan said during a news conference on Tuesday.
· Report a sudden increase in the number of sick birds or bird deaths to the state veterinarian's office at 615- 837-5120 and/or USDA at 1-866-536-7593.
State and federal officials continue to monitor and test poultry located in the areas immediately surrounding the three affected premises.
U.S. states mount legal challenge to Trump's revised travel ban
The city forecasts welcoming 300,000 fewer global visitors in 2017, representing a 2.1% decrease on last year's figures. Sessions and Kelly wrote that a pause on immigration is necessary to review vetting procedures in these countries.