If you keep livestock, the law covers the health and well-being of your animals, as well as animal feed stuffs
Animal health controls protect you, your animals, the consumer and the livestock industry. The law sets out responsibilities for transport, disease, welfare, animal by-products and disposal, for example.
These rules apply whether you keep the animals for pleasure or for profit.
There are strict laws on animal feed too, which mostly apply to farmed livestock. However, horses, pets, farmed fish, zoo and circus animals - as well as animals living in the wild - are also covered.
With the outbreak of Avian influenza across Europe found in dead poultry the below PDF gives you some preventive strategies and advice.Animal health and welfare guidance