Farm Business Awards

Farm Business Awards

Farm and Rural Business Awards

New Classes – download the entry form here

We are delighted to introduce 2 new classes to the East of England Agricultural Society Farm and Rural Business Awards.

  1. Farm Diversification Award – a farm diversification enterprise, that has developed and operates alongside their farming business. Examples are farm shops, engineering, haulage, renewable energy, holiday cottages and tourist attractions, riding stables, nursery’s etc.
  2. Farmer Grown Food Award – a food product which has been marketed to the general public and that has been developed from crops or livestock produced in their farming business. Examples are grain, oil, seed, pulses, meat, game, poultry, beer, wine, cider etc.

The above new classes will be run in accordance with the rules and regulations of the East of England Farm and Rural Business Awards. Judges will be appointed by the East of England Agricultural Society.

Entry to this competition is free and open to farm businesses located within a 50 mile radius of the East of England Showground.

Schedule of marks and judging – Entrants will need to complete the application form and provide a written description for their entry. Judges will then visit the sites for final marking.

ENTRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY 30TH OCTOBER 2017

The Awards presentation for the new classes will be held at the Society’s annual Peterborough Dinner and awards evening on 16th November 2017.  Winners of the classes will receive a glass trophy and award certificate.


Are you within 50 miles of the East of England Showground and think you have what it takes to be crowned the Farm and Rural Business Awards Supreme Champion?

The East of England Farm Business Awards celebrate the achievements, innovations and hard work which go into local farming businesses.

The Awards are free to enter and have cash prizes and trophies for class winners. Class sections include management, crops, livestock and countryside management.

There are additional awards available for Countryside Management, Young Farmers (Under 35’s) and an award to the best first time entrant.

2017 will see the introduction of a new section to the awards that will aim towards diversified on-farm business’, agricultural supliers and food producers

ENTRY FORMS FOR 2017 FARM BUSINESS AWARDS

Entry Form

2017 SCHEDULE

THE FARM BUSINESS AWARDS ARE KINDLY SPONSORED BY:

Upcoming Events

Dec
14
Thu
all-day NAAC Contractors 2017 @ East of England Showground
NAAC Contractors 2017 @ East of England Showground
Dec 14 all-day
All UK contractors are urged to come along to Contractor 2017 on 14th December and join the only event focused entirely on agricultural contractors. Contractors may be ‘Farming’s Best Kept Secret’, but they must not be …

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