Avian Bird Flu:
AVIAN INFLUENZA PREVENTION ZONE
Essential biosecurity and housing requirements for chicken and turkey keepers
Keep your chickens and turkeys housed. If you do not have a purpose-built building you could use a garden shed, garage or polytunnel provided there is adequate light and ventilation.
If there are any gaps in your poultry housing where wild birds could get in, block them or cover with netting.
If it is impossible for you to house your birds you must keep them separate from wild birds in a totally netted enclosure.
Feed and water must be indoors.
Do not keep your birds in the same buildings or enclosures as ducks or geese.
Make your premises unattractive to wild birds.
Use bird scarers, foils or streamers.
Store bedding inside to reduce the risk of contamination.
Non-compliance with these biosecurity measures may be an offence.
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Coronavirus: Please click on guidance for the latest information from The National Allotment Society.
Hennock Parish Council has three allotment sites:
Teign Village - This allotment has 59 plots and is managed by the Teign Village Allotment Association the chairperson of which is Cllr Jan Williamson, telephone 01626 853236 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chudleigh Knighton - This allotment has 50 plots and is managed by Chudleigh Knighton Allotment Association. Please click on Chudleigh Knighton Allotment Association for more information.
Hennock - The allotment site has been revamped and allotment plots are now available. Please contact Elly Maynard the Clerk for further information at email@example.com or 07841 215606