Kramp

Arable farmers face complex challenges in the field. At Kramp, our mission is to keep farmers farming. That’s why we’re honoured to sponsor BFA’s Arable Farmer of the Year and bring well-deserved recognition to the many men and women who throw everything they have into this wonderful and desperately important farming life.

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This award recognises the ongoing versatility required by arable farmers who must respond to fluctuating commodity prices, unpredictable weather and evolving legislation, while striving to achieve a profitable and sustainable business.

You will have made a key change(s) to improve your farm and are open to exploring new possibilities to help safeguard your business now and for the future whether that be through progressive, environmental or more collaborative approaches.

Entry criteria:

  • Must own or manage an arable enterprise in the UK
  • Size or scale of the farm is not important
  • You will be able to identify challenges within your business and how you have overcome them
  • Able to demonstrate sustainable farming practices

Register your interest for 2024

2023 winners

Ed Horton

Poulton Fields Farm,
S.S. Horton and Sons,
Gloucestershire

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Colin Chappell

Gander Farm,
Chappell Farms,
North Lincolnshire

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Previous Winners

bfa shortlist

James and Emma Loder-Symonds

Non­ing­ton Farms Ltd,
Kent

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bfa shortlist

Jonathan Hodgson

Great Newsome Farm,
I M Hodgson & Son Ltd,
East Yorkshire

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Edward Burman

Hemp Whole Foods
Kingstanding Farm
Warwickshire

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Richard Anthony

R. & L. Anthony
Tythegston Farm
Glamorgan

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Ryan McCormack

Old Rides Farm
Burden Bros Farms
Kent

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Tim Parton

Brewood Park Farm
S.S. and S.D. Kirk
Staffordshire

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David Fuller-Shapcott

J.N. Fuller-Shapcott & Co.
Scottish Borders

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David Miller

Wheatsheaf Farming Company
Hampshire

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Andrew Francis

Elveden Farms
Norfolk

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Will Atkinson

Beck Hill Farm,
North Yorkshire

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