LIVESTOCK keepers are being given one last chance to register for the Older Cattle Disposal Scheme, which is due to end on December 31.
What does OCDS stand for?
OCDS stands for Older Cattle Disposal Scheme (market support measure; UK)
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- Orange County Drum and Percussion (maker of custom drums)
- Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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- Optical Coherence Domain Reflectometer
- Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management
- OpenCable Digital Receiver Interface Specification
- Object-Oriented Control Dependence Subgraph
- Obsessive Compulsive Drinking Scale
- On Chip Debug Support
- Order of Carmel Discalced Secular
- Overseas Cargo Delivery System
- Ottawa Carleton District School Board
- Ocean Color Data Support Team (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
- Officer Cadet (Officer in Training in the Canadian Forces)
- Open Concurrent Design Tool (European Space Agency software package)
- Ovum Capturability Disappearance Time (fertility science)
- Optical Channel Drop Unit
- Orange County Delphi Users Group (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile farmers have been urged to book now or run the risk of losing Older Cattle Disposal Scheme (OCDS) compensation.
Mr Rees added: "Therefore we are discussing with the Welsh Assembly, Defra and the EC the need for the current OTM scheme to be maintained alongside the new Older Cattle Disposal Scheme until at least UK exports resume with the rest of the EU.
Byline: IAIN CARRINGTON THE older cattle disposal scheme (OCDS) which replaced the Over Thirty Months Scheme in January last year, comes to an end on December 31 this year.
The introduction of the Older Cattle Disposal Scheme and the staged reduction for the price of cattle entered into the scheme gives UK producers an opportunity to develop both a home market for this older beef and an export market for prime beef - once the export market reopens.
Unions therefore want the OTM scheme maintained alongside the new Older Cattle Disposal scheme until at least UK exports resume - expected in early 2006.
ENGLISH dairy and beef herds must plan the culling of all cattle born before August 1996 on an individual basis over the final 16 months of the Older Cattle Disposal Scheme if they are to avoid losing compensation.