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A Farmer and Agricultural Contractor Search and Find Service which is 100% free to register now.

RuralContractor.co.uk is a 100% free website which helps farmers search and find contractors in their local area, we give farmers and agricultural contractors a centralised online presence, we have basically replicated the countryside dating model and applied it to farm contractors.

You can now register free as a Snow Contractor and make more money from your kit in the snow. To do so simply register as an agricultural contractor free and under services scroll to the bottom to the category called – Snow. Existing members can add this service to their profile by following the following our help instructions.

Registering as a rural contractor allows you to be reached by 1000’s of local farmers looking for farm contractors within our search and find web based service. RuralContractor.co.uk has been built by farmers for farmers who need to find local Agricultural Contractors.

Farm Contractors work 24 / 7 and therefore need  a presence 24 / 7 which makes them easy to find in specific regions and promotes their services across county borders. Generally farm contractors do not need their own website, Rural Contractor provides this web presence for farmers and solves the age old problem of finding a local contractor.

Here is an example of Farm Contracting via Rural Contractor;

If a farmer, William Graze, ploughs 300 acres / year and owns a tractor and plough we believe he is operating under capacity and that William could potentially plough an extra 60 acres / year as a farm contractor.

Rural Contractor allows William to advertise his services for free to other farmers, he can set the price and services he has to offer allowing him flexibility to earn extra money by agricultural contracting – if he agreed to plough 60 acres / year for a local farmer he could feasibly earn;

  • (60 acres) x (£15 / acre) = £900 / year.
  • Over a 10 year period this would earn William’s business £9,000.

John Smith is a farmer who does not need to invest in a plough on his light land; however he does require the use of a plough on 60 acres of heavy clay. John can search for free on RuralContractor.co.uk to find William Graze to do this ploughing and farm contracting, they can message or call each other and negotiate the price and time for the work to be completed.

We see this arrangement as “win win” and the online solution is an excellent mechanism for searching and finding

local agricultural contracting services. This requires both the farmer and contractor to register to use the service but don’t worry it is 100% free with full access for both parties!

<a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/”>RuralContractor.co.uk</a> is a 100% free website which helps farmers <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/search”>search and find</a> contractors in their local area, we give farmers and <strong>agricultural contractors</strong> a centralised online presence.
<span style=”color: #ff0000;”><strong>NEW SNOW FEATURE:</strong></span>

<a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/register”><img title=”Farm Contractor” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/tractor-snow-ploughing-300×177.jpg” alt=”Farm Contracting in the Snow” width=”300″ height=”177″ /></a>

Farm Contracting in the Snow

You can now <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/register”>register</a> free as a Snow Contractor and make more money from your kit in the snow. To do so simply <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/register”>register free</a> and under services scroll to the bottom to the catergory called – Snow.
Existing members can add this service to their profile by following the following our <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/help/”>help instructions</a>.
Registering as a rural contractor allows you to be reached by 1000’s of local farmers looking for <strong>farm contractors</strong> within our <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/search”>search and find</a> web based service.
<a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/search”><img title=”Find a Farm Contractor Today” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/RuralContractor-Search-300×166.jpg” alt=”Search for a Farm Contractor Today” width=”377″ height=”218″ /></a>

Search for a Farm Contractor Today

<a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk”>RuralContractor.co.uk</a> has been built by farmers for farmers who need to find local <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/home/contractor/”>Agricultural Contractors</a>.
Farm Contractors work 24 / 7 and therefore need  a presence 24 / 7 which makes them easy to find in specific regions and promotes their services across county borders.
Generally <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/home/farmer/”>farm contractors</a> do not need their own website, Rural Contractor provides this web presence for farmers and solves the age old problem of finding a local contractor.
We have recently been featured in various <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press/”>press</a> publications such as;
<h2><span style=”color: #000000;”><a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press/”><img title=”NFU Logo” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/NFU-logo-j.jpg” alt=”NFU Logo” width=”130″ height=”24″ /></a> <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press”><img id=”il_fi” src=”http://www.editorsweblog.org/The_Mail_on_Sunday_Logo.jpg” alt=”" width=”109″ height=”28″ /></a> <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-admin/www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press”><img title=”Rural Contractor Features in Practical Farm Ideas” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/practical-farm-ideas.jpg” alt=”Rural Contractor Features in Practical Farm Ideas” width=”38″ height=”42″ /></a> <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press”><img title=”BBC Lincs” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/BBC-Lincs1.jpg” alt=”BBC Lincs” width=”101″ height=”45″ /></a> <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/press”><img title=”The Farmers Club London” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/The-Farmers-Club-London.jpg” alt=”The Farmers Club London” width=”58″ height=”50″ /></a></span></h2>
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<h2>How does Agricultural Contracting work with Rural Contractor;</h2>
<strong>The Rural Contractor relationship matrix;</strong>
<p style=”text-align: center;”><a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/about”><img title=”About Rural Contractor ” src=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/About-Rural-Contractor-32-300×186.jpg” alt=”About Rural Contractor ” width=”320″ height=”210″ /></a></p>
<strong>Here is an example of Farm Contracting via Rural Contractor;</strong>
If a farmer, William Graze, ploughs 300 acres / year and owns a tractor and plough we believe he is operating under capacity and that William could potentially plough an extra 60 acres / year as a <strong>farm contractor</strong>.
Rural Contractor allows William to advertise his services for free to other farmers, he can set the price and services he has to offer allowing him flexibility to earn extra money by <strong>agricultural contracting</strong> – if he agreed to plough 60 acres / year for a local farmer he could feasibly earn;
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<li>(60 acres) x (£15 / acre) = £900 / year.</li>
<li>Over a 10 year period this would earn William’s business £9,000.</li>
</ul>
John Smith is a farmer who does not need to invest in a plough on his light land; however he does require the use of a plough on 60 acres of heavy clay. John can <a href=”/search/”>search</a> for free on RuralContractor.co.uk to find William Graze to do this ploughing and <strong><a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/home/contractor/”>farm contracting</a></strong>, they can message or call each other and negotiate the price and time for the work to be completed.
We see this arrangement as “win win” and the online solution is an excellent mechanism for <a href=”/search/”>searching</a> and finding local <a href=”http://www.ruralcontractor.co.uk/home/contractor/”>agricultural contracting</a> services. This requires both the farmer and contractor to <a href=”/register”>register</a> to use the service but don’t worry it is <strong>100% free</strong> with full access for both parties!