We celebrate farming businesses, no matter their size! We also know how tricky it can be to allocate time in a busy day to entering the awards, so we’ve made a short simple guide to make entering yourself for an award quick and worthwhile!

There’s no better time to take the opportunity to push your farm businesses forward and display your hard work being shown this diverse industry.

Join us in celebrating the fantastic work the industry is doing – start your entry today.

Step 1

Our brand new awards entry system is quick and easy to use.

First, visit the website https://enter.britishfarmingawards.co.uk/ and create an account. It takes less than 30 seconds and will give you secure access to your dashboard, where you can enter yourself and nominate others.

HINT: You can enter/ nominate for as many categories that suit your farming business. Boost your chances of a BFA and enter for multiple categories!

Step 2

Once you have registered your account, a confirmation email will be sent to your email address to grant you access.

The confirmation email can sometimes land into your junk/ spam folders by accident, so if it doesn’t appear in your inbox within an hour, double check the spam folders. If it hasn’t appeared in your spam folders, please get in touch with us to double check your email address has been entered correctly and we can grant you access to your account. Email us at marketing@britishfarmingawards.co.uk or call us 01772 799529.

Once you have received your confirmation email, click the embedded link and it will take you to your account dashboard.

Step 3

Now that you have access to your account, click “Start your entry or nomination”.

This is where you can begin your entry process and also view all of your submitted entries and nominations. If you need to, you can edit submitted entries and nominations to provide more information and details.

HINT: Enter as much information into your entry as possible to help the judges and reviewers understand your farming business and increase your chances of being shortlisted.

Step 4