Mexican Flu—Chickens LEAVING Home To Roost In The US
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Swine flu problems stem from unsanitary farming conditions, and health problems in general are made worse by unsanitary conditions. Obviously, recent Mexican immigration has transferred some of these problems from Mexico, where they belong, to the United States, in barrios and colonias around the United States. One of the problems is that many recent immigrants, being truly rural, insist on keeping chickens in the heart of modern cities.

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