A farm attraction run by Jamie Oliver’s pal and TV co-host has been cleared to reopen, because it confirmed it doesn’t have an outbreak of fowl flu.
The attraction will reopen on Wednesday after it bought the all clear.
It stated in an announcement: “We’re delighted to announce that we should not have an outbreak of avian influenza.
“Our restrictions have been lifted and we are actually capable of reopen.
“We want to thank our hardworking staff and the swift actions taken by the Division for Atmosphere, Meals and Rural Affairs and Animal and Plant Well being Company inspectors.
“We’re at present one of many fortunate ones however many farms and wildlife parks are going through unprecedented outbreaks.
“That is difficult the poultry trade in methods we’ve by no means skilled or seen earlier than.
“We name on the Government to take pressing motion to alter their method to avian influenza and save individuals’s livelihoods.”
The attraction stated earlier on Tuesday that it had a “suspected case of avian influenza (fowl flu) in our wildlife park, amongst our unique birds” and that this was being investigated additional.
The positioning was closed whereas workers applied “essential biosecurity and management measures”.
Doherty and Oliver hosted the Channel 4 cooking present Jamie And Jimmy’s Friday Night time Feast collectively.
The Jimmy’s Farm web site says the attraction has quite a lot of “superior feathered pals” on web site, together with rheas, emus, laughing kookaburras and Indian peafowl.