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agricultural groundworksWe’re a modern groundworks and agricultural services business founded on old-fashioned principles.

Qualities you’ll appreciate, delivered in a way that really sums up our approach.

  • Getting the job done right first time
  • Keeping your land profitable and sustainable
  • Respecting the environment and protecting resources
  • Investing in technology and machinery for your benefit
  • Harnessing the power of our team’s collective expertise and experience.

So when you choose BTAC Groundworks and Agricultural for your project, you’re in safe hands.

We are totally in tune with the expectations of our clients. People like you who love the land and are passionate about working with it and on it. They include agronomists, farmers, landowners, estate managers, developers as well as commercial entrepreneurs and homeowners.

agricultural contractorSpecialists in groundworks and agricultural services

We’re experts in groundworks and agricultural services so you can feel reassured about our heritage. You can also be confident that we will work quickly and professionally yet charge down to earth prices.

So if you’re looking for help with digger operations, need support with land management or are busy planning projects requiring groundworks, why not get in touch?

You’ll find us a friendly bunch. For a free quote, call us on 01664 900044. You can also check our availability if you have a project in mind. There’s no such thing as a slow season!

Tailored to your requirements

You’ll find plenty of information about groundworks and agricultural services on our site. Have a quick look through our list of services. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call on 01664 900044.

We love working with local people. To see how we’ve supported businesses all over Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland, take a look at our Gallery.

Questions? You’re likely to find some answers at our FAQ but don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like to know more about what we offer and how we operate.


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So you want to be a Contractor?Below is a blog I liked and thought was really good by Louise Cox of the National Association of Agricultural Contractors, here are her top tips; Identify a market for your services, before you invest in machinery. Try not to just offer the same services as your local, already established, contractors – a niche market is ideal. Competition is healthy but if your local contractor has loyal customers you may struggle to get work unless you seriously undercut and that is usually dangerously unsustainable (see below). Know your costs. Make sure they are your costs as everyone’s business and aspirations are unique and be certain you account for everything including labour (and yes that includes your time if self-employed), depreciation, fuel, maintenance, tyres etc. Account for ‘dead time’ when you are not directly earning money. As a contractor, especially if employing staff, you can have considerable time travelling or doing repairs and maintenance work, or standing in the yard waiting for better weather. Costs need to be worked out to know the rate each job needs to be charged to break even. A margin must then be added. You should not be tempted to under-cut other contractors just to gain swathes of hectares as it can quickly degenerate to just a short-term numbers game. Vast amounts of hectares worked mean little if there is no profit or income to reinvest, making the business unsustainable and inevitably fail. Invoice promptly. There is nothing to be gained by doing 60+ hours a week in the tractor seat if your paperwork is weeks out-of-date and invoices are not being sent out. Your business will not survive without income as you will continue to be billed for finance, fuel etc. Prompt invoicing is a sign of a well-organised, professional business. If there is the opportunity, get invoices out as soon a job is completed. If you are too busy, consider getting outside help to keep on top of the paperwork. Chase payment. Your customers will expect to pay when a professional job is completed. A creditor’s money is a far cheaper source of cash flow to a contractor than a loan from the bank! Get Properly Insured. Inevitably things can go wrong and it is necessary to be properly insured for the operations you carry out. We all make mistakes but in contracting these can be expensive. Be Safe. Working alone for long hours can be a perilous occupation, both mentally and physically. Don’t take risks, as the time saving will never be worth the price you pay by cutting corners on safety for you or your employees. Get ahead on the health and safety paperwork before the physical workload becomes too pressured, as it is important to keep up-to-date, be well aware and avoid risks. Be well-informed and enjoy it! Contracting has the potential to prove a fantastic way of life if you are forward thinking and take a professional approach. Take the opportunity to network with other contractors and get as much information on legislation, safety and technical issues as you can absorb. Join the NAAC to keep up-to-date on contracting issues, giving you access to a range of services such as a transport helpline and member’s health and safety package. Get involved with meetings and training events to be social, keep you well informed and keep looking ahead to new innovative ideas and technology. I hope this helps you, if you are thinking of going it alone, read the detailed article, go to: http://www.naac.co.uk/getting-into-contracting/?fbclid=IwAR04hB9gHEXM2qvDgUctDE20vR_ZwOXp4-mGx2sm-XpJb7JCocovb3cqmwk Or just give me a call, happy to help! Call Brian on 01664 900044. ... See MoreSee Less

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