Have you got a question that needs answering? Need advice on a solution to a problem? Look no further – NFU CallFirst can help.
From BPS to farm safety, the NFU’s dedicated helpline is in place to help members answer the questions they need to run their farming businesses effectively.
Members can also contact the service via an all-new contact method too – simply fill out this form and your query will be sent straight to the CallFirst team.
Based at NFU HQ, the helpline is staffed exclusively by specialist advisers. All calls are answered directly by our own team - no overseas call centres; no computerised, pre-recorded answers. Specific legal or technical matters are transferred to experts in their particular field.
Want to know more about the service? See below:
What is NFU CallFirst?
It is an unlimited free service for NFU Farmer and Grower members seeking direct professional advice on farming, legal or technical issues, or for general membership enquiries concerning subscriptions, payments, magazines and voucher discounts available with our affinity partners.
How does NFU CallFirst work?
NFU CallFirst is based at NFU HQ in Stoneleigh and staffed exclusively by specialist advisers. All calls are answered directly by our own team - no overseas call centres; no computerised, pre-recorded answers. Specific legal or technical matters are transferred to experts in their particular field.
What kind of legal and technical help does NFU CallFirst offer?
Professional advice on a comprehensive range of issues: land, employment, legal issues, agriculture, planning, environment, company, transport, health and safety, rates and tax.
NFUCallFirst - as and when you need us on 0370 845 8458
Specialist advice doesn't have to be costly, especially if you're part of the NFU. The NFU CallFirst service is included for farmer and grower members. Call 0370 845 8458.
*For security and training purposes telephone calls may be recorded and monitored. Calls to 0370 numbers will be taken out of any inclusive minutes available on your mobile or landline national minutes plan. If not, it’s still no more expensive than calling national rate numbers starting 01 or 02.