Haulage test is common sense

May 2007
Farmers Weekly;5/4/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 18, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Certificate of Competence in Animal Haulage test in Great Britain. It notes that all the candidates who participated in a trial test held in Kent, England passed. It mentions that people present during the event commented that the questions were straightforward. According to Chris Smith, a farmer and a potential instructor, common sense is all that is required to pass the test.


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