Dr Huey commented: "In Northern Ireland the risk to poultry remains low, however Avian flu is a constant threat to all poultry".
A one-kilometre exclusion zone has been set up around the farm to limit the risk of the disease spreading.
"BVA and BVPA urge all vets and poultry keepers, including keepers of backyard flocks and seasonal poultry producers, to remain vigilant to any unusual signs of disease and continue to maintain the highest standards of hygiene and biosecurity".
Meanwhile, the Food Standards Agency said there is no food safety risk for customers in the United Kingdom, as long as the poultry products, including eggs, are fully cooked.
A detailed investigation is under way to determine the most likely source of the outbreak.
Some 27,000 birds at the farm would be slaughtered following the discovery of the H5 strain, which the agriculture ministry described as "low pathogenic".
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"We'd like to emphasise that this strain of avian influenza virus poses very low risk to public health and disease control actions taken to date reduce risks to poultry health".
Workers at the farm are having their own little Chernobyl moment, though, as Public Health England is offering advice and antiviral medication to anyone who's come into contact with the birds. It can cause mild breathing problems, but affected birds will not always show clear signs of infection.
Since June 2017, there have been no detection of avian influenza in poultry or kept birds in the UK.
Bird flu is a notifiable animal disease.
Failure to report suspected cases of avian influenza is an offence. Vets in Scotland should contact their local Field Services Office.
If the public find dead wild waterfowl (swans, geese or ducks) or other dead wild birds, such as gulls or birds of prey, they should report them to the Defra helpline on 03459 33 55 77.