BASC shoot visits a roaring success

Shoots up and down the country have been benefitting from a smart initiative from the British Association for Shooting and Conservation, where regional staff visit and offer useful advice.

Since the start of May, more then 100 shoot visits have already taken place, with plans to fit in another 300 prior to the start of the season.

Included within a Shoot Visit are briefings on understanding of and compliance with evolving regulation including gamebird release on and near to designated sites, and post-Brexit game meat hygiene regulation requirements.

There is also best practice advice on good shooting and risk assessments, promotion of local conservation schemes, information on cover crops, woodland management and release pens plus any upcoming shooting issues such as the transition to sustainable ammunition.

The briefings are continually updated with the latest information and relevant issues. A feedback form after the visit is being used to ensure BASC can provide the highest quality service and continue to improve the concept

The Shoot Visits provided by BASC’s regional staff follows on from last year’s highly-valued Cobvid-compliant visits and are open to all BASC-affiliated clubs, syndicates and gamekeeper members.

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