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#Farm24 video competition winner!

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Thank you to everyone who submitted entries for our 24 Hours in Farming video competition to help promote the event.

 

The winning entry was from Daniel Miller from Northumberland.

 

Watch it below, along with our best of the rest videos, and share them to promote 24 Hours in Farming, by using #Farm24

Our winner...

Daniel is 22 and grew up on a family farm in Northumberland.

 

He studied Agriculture at Newcastle University and is a very active member of his local Young Farmers club (Whitley Chapel). He is also on Northumberland YF exec and finance committees.

 

Daniel says he has a keen interest in photography and videography (mainly the countryside, wildlife and agriculture).

 

Best of the rest

 

Sam Pearson

 

Sam Pearson is a 28-year-old father to two young girls.

 

After graduating from Aberystwyth he spent five years in dairy herd management roles before he and wife Angharad started their own business Pearson Farming in spring 2016, moving to Conwy, North Wales, to take up an exciting share milking opportunity.

 

Lancashire Young Farmers

 

This video was created by members of Lancashire YFC.

 

A spokesman from Lancashire YFC said: "We wanted to help promote 24 hours in farming to show how farming is much more than a job, it is a way of life, 24 hours a day.

 

"From the smallest small holdings, to the biggest arable farms, promoting positive British farming is something we are keen to get involved in, and that is why we will be supporting #farm24 on August 18."

 

 

 

Maximlian Kemnik

 

Based in Germany, the Agrarteam Franken team creates high quality videos about real-life farming and games.

 

The team behind Farming Simulator comprises around 20 people, many of whom are not farmers in real life, but who all like to play Farming Simulator together.

 

They say: "We think the job as a farmer deserve much more appreciation! And that's our intention: Show the world how important and great farmers are."

 

 

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