CHeCS is the self-regulatory body for cattle health schemes in the UK and Ireland. It is a non-trading organisation established by the cattle industry for the control and eradication of non-statutory diseases, using a set of standards to which all licensed cattle health schemes must adhere.
What is Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS)?
Herd owners may test for any or all of the diseases at the same time. Where to start depends on a herd’s individual circumstances. The entry level to a Cattle Health Scheme only requires routine monitoring (which in dairy herds is by regular bulk milk testing). This will give a good assessment of the health status of the herd. Once the health status is known, a herd may progress through a programme of control and eradication to eventual accreditation of disease free status. All of this is explained in much greater detail in the CHeCs Technical Document.Read More
Dog walkers asked to support efforts to curb cattle disease Dog walkers are being asked to rally... Read more
The parasite-based disease Neospora caninum has been added to Cattle Health Certification Standards... Read more
Dairy and beef farmers must take firmer control of cattle disease if they are to remain competitive... Read more
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