|| Transporting unfit animals or offering unfit Animals for Sale at a Market
||Transporting unfit animals or offering unfit animals for sale at a market
|| Disposal of Fallen Stock and other Animal
||Disposal of fallen stock and other animal by-products
|| Potato Sellers' Checklist
||Potato sellers' checklist
|| Energy Efficiency in Dairy Farming
||Energy efficiency in dairy farming
|| Home Slaughter of Livestock
||"Home slaughter" is the slaughter of a livestock animal by its owner on their property for their own personal consumption or that of members of their immediate family living there. Home slaughter cannot take place in an approved slaughterhouse. This guide provides more detailed information.
|| Land Bovine TB
||Defra launched The Strategy for achieving Officially Bovine Tuberculosis Free Status for England in April 2014. The Government have also announced strategy reviews every 5 years. Defra constantly review the cattle and badger control methods. This guide provides more details on movement, testing and culling.
|| A Guide to bTB testing in Wales
||This document aims to provide cattle keepers in Wales with a general guide on bovine TB testing in Wales. It is very much focused on the Welsh Government delivery plan.
|Transport: Tax and Licensing
|| Red Diesel
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information of which you need to be aware to ensure your use of rebated fuel is safe and legal.
|| Goods Vehicle Operator Licensing
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information you should need in determining whether you require an O Licence for any of your vehicles and if so, how to apply for an O Licence.
|| Drivers' Hours & Tachograph Rules
||This Business Guide sets out the implications of the legislation for the agricultural industry.
|| Licensing your vehicles
||This Business Guide sets out the basic information to help you decide which licence class is appropriate for your vehicle.
|| Driver licensing
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information that you must be aware of when
determining whether you, or your employees, hold the correct licensing entitlement to drive a
particular class of vehicle.
|Transport: Vehicle and Load Specifications
|| Harvest machinery movements
||Harvest time usually involves a lot of hectic activity crammed into a short period. It also means an increased use of large machinery on the road including some vehicles which may not have been used since the end of last harvest. It is important to make sure that all of this equipment complies with the relevant requirements. Following the guidance within this NFU Business Guide should help to ensure that you stay on the right side of the law at harvest time.
|| Agricultural vehicle dimensions
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information that you will need to ensure that your agricultural vehicles, trailers and machinery are used in compliance with the law.
|| On Farm Storage of Fuel
||This business guide provides some advice and hints on how best to protect and store fuel on farm, taking into consideration health and safety and environmental issues.
|| Agricultural Trailers and Trailed Appliances
||This NFU Business Guide sets out basic information which you should be aware of to ensure that
your haulage of trailers and appliances is in compliance with the relevant regulations.
|| High Speed agricultural vehicles
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information you need to be aware of and some
of the considerations you should take into account to ensure that you are using your agricultural
motor vehicles in compliance with any speed-related restrictions or requirements.
|| Farm transport of dangerous goods on the road
||This NFU Business Guide sets out some of the basic information you need to be aware of to help you transport dangerous goods in compliance with legislative requirements that were last revised in The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 (CDG 2009 or the "Carriage Regulations").