91% of British farmers use a contractor –
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Contractors are used by over 91% of farmers.

Amenity land managers rely on professional contractors.

Help them find you by joining the NAAC now and enjoy the many benefits we offer.

By joining NAAC you’ll be providing your customers with the satisfaction of knowing they’re hiring the best. How can we make such a bold statement? Because you will:-

  • Conform to codes of practice
  • Have unrivalled access to the latest industry expertise
  • Hold comprehensive insurance to give them peace of mind
  • Have exposure on the UK’s best advertising portal for land based contractors

These are just a few of the benefits your potential customers will receive.

But as NAAC members, the list of benefits for you are considerably more.

Booking:

Contractor 2019 – 12th December 2019, Peterborough Showground. All contractors are welcome so please join us.

NAAC Members £25 plus vat. Non members £45 plus vat per person, to include two course lunch and the full day’s activities.

Bookings forms available soon.

For enquiries please call 01780 784631
or email members@naac.co.uk

Corporate Partners

Vaderstad Ltd
Trelleborg
TractAir Ltd
Sipcam UK Ltd
Silage Advisory Centre
Shelbourne Reynolds
Pottinger UK
PMC Harvesters Ltd
Perkins Engines Company Ltd
New Holland Agriculture
Monsanto UK Ltd
MHA MacIntyre Hudson
MarShip UK
Lite-Trac
L H Agro UK Ltd
Kverneland Group UK Ltd
Kuhn Farm Machinery UK Ltd
Krone UK Ltd
K Two Sales Ltd
KRAMP
Kelvin Cave Ltd
J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) Ltd
Horsch UK Ltd
HarvestYield Inc
Gowan Crop Protection Ltd
Dow AgroSciences
De Sangosse Ltd
Cordex UK Ltd
Claas UK
Bridgestone UK Ltd
BPI Minster Films
McCormick
Agrifac UK

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The National Association of Agricultural Contractors (NAAC) is delighted to announce that contractors will be able to get their questions answered by HMRC on red diesel on the NAAC stand at LAMMA 19 [Hall 17 Stand 17.740].

On the 8 January which is the first event day, contractors are invited to visit the NAAC stand between 11 – 12pm and 1.30 - 2.30pm to meet HMRC specialists to get their specific business questions answered one-to-one.

Members and non-members will be warmly welcomed on the stand to talk to HMRC experts who will answer questions on what constitutes legitimate agricultural use of the fuel.

Commenting, Duncan Russell, NAAC Chief Executive said, ‘There are often concerns when it comes to fuel use, particularly in diverse businesses, and we are pleased that HMRC are keen to assist contractors in making sure that everyone can get it right and stay road legal. We are encouraging contractors to visit the NAAC stand, bring along their questions and get the right answers, literally from the horse’s mouth.’
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The National Association of Agricultural Contractors (NAAC) has launched a new, revitalised website at www.naac.co.uk, featuring an improved, easy to navigate ‘Find a Contractor’ area.

Finding a professional contractor has never been simpler, with all NAAC members on the website having appropriate insurance cover and agreeing to comply with an NAAC Code of Conduct. The website can track through a vast list of operations from ploughing to waste spreading through to sheep shearing or Knotweed removal, narrowing down to the area that contractors’ operate. Each contractor can then be contacted directly to discuss the best terms.

If a higher level of assurance is preferred, the NAAC’s website can also locate contractors that have qualified and passed an annual audit against the NAAC’s Assured Land-Based Contractor Assurance Scheme (ALBC). This is an independently audited standard that gives further reassurance that a contractor has all the necessary training and procedures in place to operate a professional business.

The new, improved website also features useful information for contractors and farmers, such as the annual NAAC Contracting Charges Guide, offering average prices surveyed from members.

In addition, a vast Members only area provides business guides and access to a comprehensive health and safety package which all NAAC members can access.

Commenting, Duncan Russell, NAAC Chief Executive said, ‘Over 91% of farmers now use a contractor and many would struggle to run their businesses without their contractor’s input, particularly for specialist, high capital investment machinery and the need for extra labour. The NAAC website offers a valuable resource of member’s details, alongside useful information and advice.’

Please visit: www.naac.co.uk
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Calling all Midlands/West Midlands and Welsh Contractors!

NAAC Risk Management Training Day being held at Russel Price Farm Services, Town Farm Industrial Buildings, Ledbury, HR8 1HQ, Wednesday 5th December.

Speakers - David Knowles NAAC Health and Safety Consultant.
James Bannister NAAC Council Member
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An opportunity to look around Russell Price's yard.

A day of theory and practice helping to ensure your business manages risk appropriately and proportionately. David will lead through what’s needed, what’s nice to have and how to deal with the consequences of events. He will also help you get your business health and safety paperwork in order, referring to the NAAC’s Health and Safety Package which is included as part of the NAAC membership.

Russell Price will then explain how he deals with risk management on a day to day basis and in real world conditions.

Finally, NAAC Member James Bannister will explain the history and consequences surrounding his accident, when he lost his arm.

The day will conclude with a chance to look at ‘what’s in my machinery shed’ - a tour around Russell Price Farm Services.

Starts at 10:00am, include lunch and finish around 3:00pm.

Cost: £30 + VAT/person for NAAC members - £45 + VAT/person for non-members. Call 01780 784631 to book a place.
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