Farmers Weekly Awards 2021
Farmers Weekly’s farming awards celebrates the very best of British agriculture by recognising hard-working and innovative farmers across the UK. The Farmers Weekly Awards ceremony is one of the best nights out in the farming calendar.
The 2020 Farmers Weekly Awards Shows
Hosted by Adam Henson, the week-long festival of British farming celebrated farming’s successes and told the story of how farmers kept the nation fed in a year like no other.
Featuring the people behind some of the biggest stories of 2020 and dozens of special guests, including: HRH The Prince of Wales, secretary of state, George Eustice MP and NFU president, Minette Batters.
Each episode reveals the winners of the Awards, with the Farmers Weekly Farmer of the Year 2020 award being announced in the final show.
“I would not hesitate to encourage anyone to sit down, fill out the form and cross their fingers. Any reward that recognises your every day hard work is worthy of any form filling.”
Tim Russon, Contractor of the Year 2020
“I think the Farmers Weekly Awards are fantastic for the industry to recognise the hard work and effort that is put in by so many people. I would definitely recommend that people nominate anyone that is doing well in their sector.”
Bertie Newman, Young Farmer of the Year 2020
“I would highly recommend that people enter and nominate. We often overlook the great work we are doing until someone points it out to us. These awards are a great opportunity to point it out to someone.”
Alice Maltby, Diversification Farmer of the Year 2020
“I never thought entering would come to anyting and continue to be overwhelmed by the support I have received throughout the process. For anyone who, like me, is doubting that it will come to anything my only advise is go for it; after all there is nothing to lose!”
Grace Welling, Ag Student of the Year 2020
Farmers Weekly Awards
The Farmers Weekly Awards is the most prestigious awards in the agriculture industry, recognising farmers' achievements across the country. Join us in celebrating farming and put farmers centre stage.