Different rules and legal requirements apply to the supply of shot game, depending on how it reaches the end consumer. For the shoot, this may include, as a primary producer, the requirement to be registered as a food business with the local authority and compliance with hygiene principles and rules. Some shoots may opt to sell their game locally or to the end consumer but game dealers or approved game handling establishments (AGHEs) are a key feature in the sale and wider supply of game. One element of the process of sale of game to an AGHE is the requirement for a member of the shoot to be a ‘trained person’. This person inspects shot game supplied from the day’s shoot and completes a declaration to confirm its status. Whatever course of action taken, make sure it is legal and professional. By working with your game dealer you will ensure that you The Code of Good Shooting Practice can be found at www.codeofgoodshootingpractice.org.uk The Secretary, Code of Good Shooting Practice, Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham LL12 0HL Tel: 01244 573 019 Fax: 01244 573 013 supply the game in the best condition and receive the best price. Begin with early notification of shoot dates and anticipated bags so that arrangements are in place for prompt collection or delivery of all game after shooting.