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.

Corporate Partners

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
Vaderstad Ltd
Trelleborg
TractAir Ltd
Sipcam UK Ltd
Silage Advisory Centre

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We’ve heard from several members about the precautions they are taking to keep their businesses running, whilst ensuring that customers and staff stay healthy. Measures include closing the office and staff changing rooms, working alone on tractors, only one person allowed in a vehicle at any one time, no equipment being shared, workers are staying 5 metres apart and wearing gloves at all times. What are you doing to stay safe and well? ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to the food heroes!

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
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We are getting to the end of our spring drilling work so have a 750a, Dale or Amazone Combination drill available for contracting work - Cambs, Beds, Herts, West Suffolk & South Norfolk areas.

Give me a call on 07845 667331

LIVESTOCK NEWS : The #sheep sector is working together to ensure #shearing can go ahead, as #Covid19 makes it unlikely that overseas shearers will make it to the UK 🐑

@TheNaac @natsheep @BritishWool @NFUtweets @FUWpress

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NAAC is hosting on-line matchmaking to bring together shearing contractors with UK shearers, as overseas shearers will be short. Industry is encouraging shearers to register @NFUStweets @NFUCymru @NFUtweets @natsheep @FUWpress @BritishWoolFarm

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Credit to @TheNaac for providing easy to use guidleines for farmers during Covid-19. Everyone can do their bit

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#farminsurance #ruralinsurance #covid19UK

. @TheNaac has issued its members with #Coronavirus guidance on how to try and keep themselves, staff and customers safe in the current crisis.

@CharCunningham reports ⬇️ #covid19 #clubhectare

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With 45% of the food that Britain eats coming from overseas, the Government must do two things:

1) Make a statement very, very soon on how it's going to protect those supply lines

2) Back Britain's farmers so they are able to increase production to keep us all well fed

As schools close due to Coronavirus, @TheNaac is urging members to take extra care as children are likely to be on farm. Many farms are homes as well as workplaces, and sadly children are regularly killed and injured on farms.
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The NAAC has issued its members with Coronavirus guidance to try and keep themselves, staff and customers safe in the current crisis. https://t.co/9UCO1MLEhr
#coronavirus @NFUtweets @FarmersWeekly @FarmersGuide @FarmersGuardian @profitractors

Coronavirus is part of every conversation at the moment, with much uncertainty about the months ahead. We're interested to know how this is affecting you or your business, and what concerns you may have. Either comment below or email members@naac.co.uk

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