The Business of Farming 5-6 November 2013

The British Farming Awards celebrates creative thinking, innovative approaches and the relentless hard graft by farmers working across the industry. The awards are a great way to celebrate something that we Brits should be more thankful for, which is of course, British Farming. It’s great to recognise farmers hard efforts, especially with the troubles they now face today. We should all be proud to be British, and farming is a huge part of this.

They reward the extraordinary farmers who have made their business a success through sheer determination, grit and foresight. Whether you have grown your farming business through an innovative approach, re-invented your business, developed a new agricultural input or piece of machinery, have thought-out a new approach to livestock or crop production, or adopted and adapted new research and technology, they want to hear from you.

The Farmers Guardian, Arable Farming and Dairy Farmer pride themselves on understanding its farming readership. They focus on British farmers, understand their needs and discover inspiring stories of people who have changed what they do and how they do it. Everyone knows climate change is happening, the global population is growing, the amount of red tape increasing and the amount of financial support is decreasing. Farmers farm within some of the most frustrating conditions around which is why – now more than ever – we need to keep British farmers farming.


  • Arable Innovator of the Year?
  • Beef Innovator of the Year
  • Sheep Innovator of the Year
  • Dairy Innovator of the Year
  • Renewables Innovator of the Year
  • Machinery Innovator of the Year
  • Farm Retail Innovator of the Year
  • New Entrants Award: Against the Odds
  • Family Farming Buisness of the Year

Visit the link to see How to Enter :