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The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants

BIAC is a professional organisation whose members provide advice to Farmers, Rural Businesses and those who care for our Environment and Countryside.

Find out more about BIAC

The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants

BIAC is a professional organisation whose members provide advice to Farmers, Rural Businesses and those who care for our Environment and Countryside.

Find out more about BIAC

What Does BIAC Do?

  • Maintains an up-to-date register of members.
  • Provides members with relevant information.
  • Provides skill facilities for members.
  • Provides regional and national networking facilities.
  • Promotes members for work through its pro-active communications.
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Forthcoming Events

BIAC Members' Only Online Training Event- Footpaths Workshop

BIAC Members' Only Online Training Event- Footpaths Workshop

16/08/2022 - 9am

BIAC MEMBERS’ ONLY ONLINE WORKSHOP

 

TUESDAY 16th AUGUST 2022

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BIAC MEMBERS’ ONLY ONLINE WORKSHOP

 

TUESDAY 16th AUGUST 2022

9.30am – 11.15am

 

Farmers grazing cattle/livestock in fields where there is a public footpath/public access – the pros and the cons??

 

BIAC Members’ Only Workshop on Footpaths

Animal behaviour and the general public, What precautions a farmer should take (HSE Guidance Note and the Animals Act – Was the farmer negligent?). What actions members of the public should do and had they a duty of care for their own safety (was there any negligence on their part).   

 

£25.00 inc. VAT per member

 

 

BIAC STUDY TOUR 2022 WALES

BIAC STUDY TOUR 2022 WALES

07/09/2022 - 9am

BIAC WALES STUDY TOUR: Wednesday 7th September - Thursday 8th September.

The Cawdor Hotel, Llandeilo, Wales.

 

A fantastic programme of visits has been arranged w...Read more

BIAC WALES STUDY TOUR: Wednesday 7th September - Thursday 8th September.

The Cawdor Hotel, Llandeilo, Wales.

 

A fantastic programme of visits has been arranged which include:

  • A visit to Bryn Group  - to tour the dairy farm, recycling plant, renewables installations and quarry
  • A tour of the Penderyn Gin & Whisky Distillery & whisky tasting
  • A visit to Norton Farm – to tour the large mixed farming operation growing potatoes, processing facilities, corn, beef and sheep
  • A tour of the Gelli Aur Agricultural College where John Griffiths Project Manager will give an on the BVD project, the work of the Tywi Farm Nutrient Partnership and Tywi Weather Project.  We will also get to see the slurry dewatering plant, reedbed & weather station

 

BIAC Members only

 

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