The document sets forth conditions for obtaining approval to carry out activities consisting of monitoring, assessing and testing the performance and efficiency of listed livestock.

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Conditions for granting a licence

  • Providing for professionally eligible staff pursuant to Article 30, Act No. 154/2000 Coll., and technical equipment as specified by the Decree.
  • In this case, professional eligibility shall denote at least a secondary education with a final state examination in an agricultural field or in discipline associated with agriculture, or in a veterinary field or in the area of veterinary prevention; the applicant must document eligibility by presenting their school-leaving certificate or equivalent document attesting to their completed education.

Application requirements

In their application, the applicant shall state the following:

Natural person (Individual)

  • Name and surname, birth certificate number, identification number, address, telephone and e-mail

Legal entity

  • Trade name or name, identification number, registered address, telephone, e-mail

The application must be supported by documentary proof of professional eligibility and a list of the applicant’s technical equipment.

Further information on the licence proceedings

Type of licence

  • Award of approval to perform the professional activity

Respective authority

  • Ministry of Agriculture

Control and supervisory bodies

Procedure for granting a licence

  • The request shall be approved by the Ministry of Agriculture

Application clearing deadline

  • Within 60 days of submission


  • Act No. 634/2004 Coll., Administrative Fees
  • CZK 2,000

Validity period of the licence

  • Unlimited

Legal Regulation

  • Act No. 154/2000 Coll. (the Breeding Act)

Related legal regulations

  • Decree No. 448/2006 Coll., on implementing some provisions of the Breeding Act

Current Community regulations

  • Some of the activities specified by Commission Decision 86/130/EEC, Commission Decision 89/507EEC, Commission Decision 90/256/EEC. Community Law refers to the „ICAR“ methodology.

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