The Irish Farmers Association says further cases of highly contagious Avian flu are a 'grave concern'.

It was detected in birds in Kerry, Donegal and Offaly yesterday - and in a peregrine falcon in Galway last week.

The IFA says the outbreak could have an impact on Ireland's exports of chicken.

The chairman of its poultry committee, Andrew Boylan, says he's very worried about the latest cases.

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