This week we are hosting a free information event aimed at horse and landowners addressing the legalities of the issues affecting them, such as equine passport requirements and how fly grazing laws work.
It will be the last talk in our Make A Difference series, which has covered a number of topics from laminitis to grass land management.
As well as members of our Welfare Team, there will also be representatives from the Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Humberside Rural Crime teams who will be happy to answer questions and provide guidance on applicable laws and how to use them, such as the Animal Welfare Act 2006, the Highways Act and the Control of Horses Acts 2015.
What guests will learn:
- What is the role of the Rural Crimes Team.
- How Bransby Horses can support horse owners / keepers.
- Equine legislation and the law explained.
- What to do if horses appear on your land and understanding the process.
Bransby Horses’ Make A Difference event on equine legislation takes place on Wednesday, September 20 at 6.30pm – 9pm
Light refreshments and free parking will be available.