Minnesota officials say they have found bird flu in two poultry flocks in the state.  The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says H5N1 Highly Pathogen was confirmed to be in poultry flocks in Mower and Meeker counties.  Both cases discovered Friday and have been confirmed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Serves Labs in Iowa.  One Meeker County flock was made up of commercial turkeys with 289-thousand birds, while the Mower County flock was made up of chickens, ducks, and geese.  The Poultry Program Director of the Board says flock owners need to be on alert and contact their vet immediately if they notice any changes in the birds.