Tom Pemberton is hugely passionate about championing British agriculture, giving realistic and down-to-earth insights about family life on a farm. The result has marked the start of a digital revolution for the young Lancashire farmer.
2018 winners follow-up: Sam Jones, Sheep Innovator of the Year winner Making changes to simplify systems, introduce technology and save labour have resulted in both improved profitability and animal health and [...]
2018 winners follow-up: Kathryn Mitchell, The Lambing Shed Farm Shop, 2018 Diversification Innovator of the Year (large) winner For the Mitchell family, diversifying meant anything that would help supplement the farm. [...]
Hear from the experts - our 2019 Sheep Innovator judges... With just 3 days to go until entries close for the 2019 British Farming Awards, we spoke to the past Sheep Innovator judges for some last [...]
When Steven Holmes realised his small family farm was not financially viable to support him, he came up with an alternative plan. With an admirable work ethic and an impressive business head on his young shoulders, Farm Yard Ales is flying.
Stephen and Iain Birnie invented a trailer that has proved the catalyst to inspire a new business to run alongside their family farm. It also went on to win the Machinery and Farm Technology Innovator of the Year Award at last year’s British Farming Awards.
Carl Mornios: Since winning the Silver Award we haven't really have chance to stop and draw breath! Carl Martins, Mornions Contract Herdcare, won the Contractor Innovator of the Year silver award back [...]
Wondering why you should enter The British Farming Awards? Quite often, in-between working on farm and running your own business, entering awards isn’t always your top priority. It may be that you [...]