Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS)

13 Aug 2018

CHeCS was established by the cattle industry in 1999 as a form of quality control for disease management programmes. Its aim is to create robust common standards to underpin the control and eradication of the main endemic cattle diseases in the UK and Ireland. This means CHeCS does not provide or manage health schemes itself – but it provides the standards for those that do and wish to be licensed. Read up about CHeCS and contact one of its licensed health schemes to find out how you and your vet can methodically improve the health status of your herd through vaccination and biosecurity.


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