In order to improve the operation of the farm and avoid possible problems, it is worth checking the compliance of operations with current legislation, especially in the following areas: taxes, fertilisation, plant protection, employment, environmental protection and food quality.
Practical application of the legislation at farm level also means implementing the recommendations of farm inspection bodies, keeping farm records correctly, and ensuring that the data is complete and true.
Required permits, licences, records and other important documents must be kept as required by law.
In relation to external parties, compliance also means conducting business in an honest manner, avoiding all forms of bribery, conflicts of interest and fraudulent practices, e.g. when formulating a sales offer.