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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.


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

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Vaderstad Ltd
TractAir Ltd
Sipcam UK Ltd
Silage Advisory Centre
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Pottinger UK
PMC Harvesters Ltd
Perkins Engines Company Ltd
New Holland Agriculture
Monsanto UK Ltd
MHA MacIntyre Hudson
MarShip UK
L H Agro UK Ltd
Kverneland Group UK Ltd
Kuhn Farm Machinery UK Ltd
Krone UK Ltd
K Two Sales Ltd
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
Agrifac UK


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Contractor 2019 – Fit for the Future
On December 12th 2019 at the East of England Arena, the NAAC will be making sure the contracting sector is ready to take on a changing farming industry, both financially, technically and in good health.
The morning conference will drill down into new farm and environmental policy, whilst examining how contractors can take up new land management challenges with their finances under control. Professionalism will be key and the NAAC will be seeking out ways that contractors can demonstrate, promote and benefit from their unique status as farmers without land.

Generously sponsored by John Deere, the event will also feature a packed exhibition hall featuring the best machinery and services, focused on the specialist needs of agricultural contractors.
For more information contact duncan.russell@naac.co.uk
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As part of the Farm Safety Partnership, contractors handling livestock are urged to:
• Select, use and maintain well-designed handling facilities.
• Be extremely cautious when entering a cattle enclosure and always have an escape route.
• Remove aggressive animals from the herd.
• Separate livestock from the public wherever possible.
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With the political uncertainty this year, it is vital that contractors are looking ahead and keeping up-to-date with the policies in farming. Join us on December 12th to make sure your business is 'Fit for the Future'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Contractor 2019 - Fit for the Future: Dec. 12 2019 at East of England Arena, the NAAC will make sure the contracting sector is ready to take on a changing farming industry, both financially, technically and in good health. @FarmersWeekly @farmcontractors @FarmersGuardian

Contractors handling livestock are urged to take care and stay safe #FarmSafetyPartnership #contractor @NFUPress @NFUtweets

Industry organisations produce guidance on sheep shearing to ensure sheep are handled appropriately during shearing.

@NFUtweets @natsheep @BritishWoolFarm @NFUCymru @NFUStweets @FUWpress

HMRC has launched updated guidance on red diesel at https://t.co/JiFVnTpRAV…/excise-notice-75-fuel-for-road-vehicles

Section 8 on is most relevant to agricultural use and the Q&A is worth a read and refresh, though no major changes. #contractor #Fuel #reddiesel

Thank you to Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution for this article on their website today.

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Places still available at these free events next week. https://t.co/Y33INR0oAM

The NAAC in conjunction with John Deere and Bridgestone present two new events for this coming March:

Tyre Optimisation Clinics - Helping you improve your productivity and profitability.... https://t.co/NyVJybi6Pl

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Are you health and safety policies and risk assessments up to date?
Do you need help and guidance on what’s needed and how to get things in place?

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