Kick start the year with the NFU at LAMMA

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Heading to LAMMA in January? Make sure you come and visit the NFU stand on 18.728 at the UK's largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show.

LAMMA 2019

Location: National Exhibition Centre, North Avenue, Marston Green, Birmingham, B40 1NT

Date and time: 8 January - 8.30am - 5.30pm and 9 January 8.30am - 4.30pm

The event is free to attend and visitors should register here. 

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We've got a packed agenda at the 2019 LAMMA show as it finds its new home at the NEC in Birmingham.

Across the two days your NFU experts will be waiting to meet you to answer any burning questions and update you on any issues that could affect your farming business.

Click here to see the full NFU agenda.

Whether it be clarifications on BPS or how to improve your farm's safety, our experts' second-to-none advice will ensure you're kept in the know when it matters most. 

This year the NFU stand will be focusing on the issue of rural crime as well as highlighting the affinity partners we have to help protect farms and farming equipment.

You won't want to miss...

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Meet BPS experts Richard Wordsworth and Anna Logan both days of the show. Richard and Anna will be available to discuss BPS, greening, mapping and other related issues.

Meet NFU Deputy President Guy Smith on day one of the show.

Take advantage of our free tea, coffee and biscuits on offer for NFU members.

Go behind the scenes with the NFU for exclusive videos, interviews and more. Join the conversation with NFULife on Instagram.
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Not sure when red diesel can be used or what the speed limits are for agricultural vehicles? Tom Price, NFU Farm Safety and Transport Policy Adviser will be available to discuss the rules on agricultural vehicles on the road.


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  • Posted by: Peter GrayPosted on: 14/01/2016 09:56:23

    Comment: must obtain police covert presence in farm/rural areas AND to catch criminals

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