The deadline for entries in the AgriScot Arable Farm of the Year competition is just three weeks away
The award aims to demonstrate best practice in sustainable crop production and farm business management, and farmers can either nominate their own business or another farm they think deserves to win.
Past AgriScot chairman, Andrew Moir from Laurencekirk and previous winner Aberdeenshire farmer Peter Chapman will judge this year’s entrants.
The prize is a bespoke precision farming package from SoilEssentials.
Project facilitator Gavin Dick of levy body AHDB says the award not only aims to showcase the industry’s best farms but also supports the move to a more resilient arable sector.
Farmers interested in nominating their farm for an award need to fill in an application form by September 21.
Shortlisted farms will be visited in the autumn and the winner will be announced at AgriScot in November.
Farmers interested in nominating their farm or any other should first of all get in touch by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.