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expect the sticker shock i the poultry i'll to last at least the ext two years ad for that you ca blame the worst bird flu outbreak i u. s. history reuters reporter tom clacy almost fifty millio chickes ad turkeys were killed but also because of the way that you eed chicke farmers restocked our bar , they do't typically refilled our bars all at oe , they do it i small groups as you ca grow older but ow they wat to restock all their bars at oce because all they're take died bulky produces say there's already ot eough baby chicks to go aroud ad be imbalace could get eve worse if the disease re emerges to claim more victims ad defiitely ot aroud the all clear yet o the bird flu aira i carried by wild ducks , though they had more time to recover , the car birds are kept i cages , ad they have to be removed allocated after me clea ad sice the recovery will be slower for chickes the eggs will remai a short supply pushig ad prices to record highs , util the idustry works its way out of the crisis