Brad and Grant Moline of Moline Farms, IA
Brad and Grant Moline of Moline Farms, IA

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

Brad monitoring chicks
Brad monitoring chicks

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

 In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

 In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

Brad and Grant Moline of Moline Farms, IA
Brad monitoring chicks
 In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.
 In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.
Brad and Grant Moline of Moline Farms, IA

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

Brad monitoring chicks

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

In 2015, one of the worst outbreaks of avian flu ripped through the poultry farms throughout the midwest, killing millions of chickens and turkeys. The U.S.D.A. and poultry farmers were left to figure out how to protect themselves for the next outbreak that could hit at any time. Photographs were taken at Moline Farms in Manson, IA, where brothers Brad and Grant lost 56,000 turkeys in 2015's outbreak. Taken for The New York Times Magazine.

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