Rob Goodwin from Longlands Farm in Swadlincote, Derbyshire and Jack Foulkes from Marchynys in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll on Angelsey are finalists for the Farmer of the Year Award at the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2020.
R.A.B.I and Farmers Guardian are supporters of this award category, which recognises the commitment of farmers who provide and encourage a high standard of animal welfare on their farm.
Award judge, Tony Andrews, said: “Often, unjustifiably, farmers receive a bad press. Currently farmers have to deal with many different pressures, whilst those working with animals all strive for high welfare standards. Many devote their heart and soul to these efforts often at the expense of their own health and welfare. It is therefore important to celebrate the achievements of these finalists.”
Cuneyt Seckin, managing director of Ceva Animal Health, added: “The Ceva Animal Welfare Awards give us the opportunity to recognise the hard work and commitment of individuals and teams from the farming, veterinary and charity industries.”
Winners will be revealed and presented with their awards during a glitzy ceremony hosted by TV presenter Matt Baker in Birmingham on April 1.
For the full shortlist for all award categories, visit www.ceva.co.uk
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