We have several Tru-test items that are sold in the Breedr shop that are relevant and eligible items for the government Grant Aid.
If you also import your animals via the BCMS connection, we'll send you a £75 voucher to use in our shop and a Beanie hat to keep you warm on the farm!
We've also collated some helpful information about the grant process below:
Information in the table below is adapted from
Countryside Productivity Small Grant (CPSG) scheme – How it works
This section provides information about the main elements of the Countryside Productivity Small Grant (CPSG) scheme
Start by gathering your information – see the online portal and handbook for details. Check the items availability, to make sure you can get the item within the timescales of the scheme. Do not order or pay deposits of any sort for your items, until you have been successfully offered your Grant Funding Agreement (GFA). Check that your details in the Rural Payments service are correct. If not, update these.
Submit your application using the online portal by noon on 4 November 2020. Applications cannot be submitted after this date.
If you receive an email stating that your application cannot be accepted, sign in to Rural Payments service, check and update your details and resubmit your application. You must do this before the application window closes. Your application will be
verified and scored. If your application is successful, a GFA offer will be emailed to you.
Once you have accepted your GFA, using the online acceptance portal, you can buy your capital items. You must buy all your capital items in your GFA, meeting the specification(s) listed in Annex 3. (adapted below to include Datamars Agri UK items) If you don’t, you will not be able to claim any grant.
Submit a single claim for all the items listed in your agreement to the required specification, together with all supporting documentation, to CPSGClaims@rpa.gov.uk. This should arrive no later than midnight on 31 March 2021.
If your claim is successful, you will be paid directly into your Rural Payments service registered bank account