HUNTINGBURG, Ind. (AP) - The company behind the commercial turkey farm in southern Indiana where bird flu was found says it is working closely with state and federal officials.

HUNTINGBURG, Ind. (AP) The company behind the commercial turkey farm in southern Indiana where bird flu was found says it is working closely with state and federal officials.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday that the H7N8 flu strain was confirmed at a farm in Dubois County after samples from birds were taken when the farm saw a surge in turkey deaths.

Indiana Board of Animal Health spokeswoman Denise Derrer said Saturday that all 60,000 turkeys on the farm had been euthanized.

It's a different strain than the H5N2 virus that led to the deaths of about 48 million turkeys and chickens last summer.

Huntingburg-based Farbest Farms said in a news release Friday that its surveillance protocol quickly detected the virus. The company produces about 15 million turkeys a year.