Coronavirus: Updates and advice
Coronavirus: Advice for NFU members
Updated 27 March: The NFU's policy and commodity advisers are working to provide up to date advice on the issues impacting members as a result of the coronavius outbreak. This page will be updated as and when information is available.
Coronavirus: What the NFU is doing to help members
The NFU is working to provide clarity for members on what the coronavirus outbreak and its impacts will mean for farm businesses. You'll find regular updates of work we are doing on members' behalf here.
Coronavirus: Dairy sector and COVID-19 Q&A
The NFU dairy team have gathered commonly asked questions surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 situation and provided a Q&A briefing for up-to-date guidance and support specifically for the sector.
Coronavirus: Animal health and welfare
Updated 27 March: The NFU's animal health and welfare team has set out the key issues affecting animal health and welfare as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19. Get the details.
Coronavirus: Your questions answered
With the COVID-19 situation changing rapidly, teams from across the NFU are feeding in regular updates to NFUonline. On this page, we set out some FAQs and direct you to where you can find the answers.
Coronavirus: Keeping children safe on farm
With schools now closed to the majority of children due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the NFU is reminding farmers about the best ways to keep their children safe at home on the farm.
Coronavirus: Food chain updates
The NFU's food chain team provides a brief summary on the current situation. This page will be regularly updated as the situation changes.
Coronavirus: How are farm assurance schemes affected?
Certification bodies, UKAS, Defra and UK farm assurance schemes are working to ensure our industry upholds its credibility and reputation while ensuring our food systems and traceability systems remain robust. Get a summary of the current position.
Coronavirus: Update for horticulture members
UPDATE 26 March: The concerns around the potential impacts of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak are widespread. Here are the key priorities for the horticulture and potatoes sector.