We need hauliers!

Forage Aid arranges for donations of feed, forage and bedding to be delivered to farmers who have been affected by a severe weather event or Act of God, and there is a ‘clear and present risk of livestock suffering’, always ensuring animal welfare is at the forefront of the charity’s aims.

Right now, we are actively looking for hauliers, who form an integral part in the effective running of the charity and are essential in the support at a local and national level to ensure the charity’s aims and objectives can be carried out effectively during times of crisis.

The services are offered on a completely voluntary basis with no monetary reimbursement. In recognition of this huge commitment, the public will see which haulage companies are helping to save animals lives as there will be extensive local and national recognition with TV, press and social media exposure.

We understand the importance of timeliness with running lorries. We will have forklifts and personnel based at these farms to unload the lorries to ensure a rapid turnaround. We require all sizes of transportation from Articulated to 4 wheeler lorries.

Key Requirements of the Haulage Company

  • Understanding of the farming industry
  • Mobilise quickly and efficiently following agreement with Branston Limited
  • Agreement to cover National or specific geographical areas
  • Uphold the reputation of the Charity with farmers and local stakeholders

Get involved

Contact us or download this form: Forage Aid – Haulage Specification 1 and email it to [email protected]

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