To receive the financial support, herds need to adhere to the terms of a CHeCS licensed scheme and have an approved animal health scheme in place through Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS), the self-regulatory body for cattle health schemes in the UK & Ireland.
What does CHECS stand for?
CHECS stands for Cattle Health Certification Standards (UK)
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The British Limousin Herd Health Initiative offers financial support to breeders who are making a long-term investment into herd health assurance through being a member of a Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS) approved scheme.
The British Limousin Herd Health Initiative offers financial support to breeders who make a long-term investment into herd health assurance by being a member of a Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS)-approved scheme.