Foot-and-mouth disease is hitting cattle in Gia Lai province.
Since the beginning of 2017, 2,146 suspected cases of meningitis have been reported through an electronic early warning surveillance system.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that while the outbreak was classified as a meningococcal disease outbreak, a cofactor may be involved.
The outbreak has killed 227 people and infecting tens of thousands.
The farm is under quarantine, and more than 25,000 birds will be culled.
14,518 suspected cases were reported from 25 states since the outbreak began in December.
In a report on the recent cluster of illness and sudden death in Liberia, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the etiology has been established as meningococcal meningitis.
As of April 17, Nigerian officials put the meningococcal meningitiscase count at 8,057 suspected cases and 745 deaths.
Nigeria needs 1.3 million doses of vaccine, but received only 500,000 doses.
Since the start of 2017, Nigeria has reported 4637 suspected cases of meningitis and 489 deaths across five states.