The members from across the Staffordshire clubs were scrutinised by four independent witnesses as they mixed 828 litres of milk with 50 punnets of blended strawberries, 48 litres of strawberry ice-cream and a quantity of milkshake flavouring to create a grand total of 911 litres of milkshake which was distributed in over 2000 cups to the general public at the Staffordshire County Show.
Coinciding with World Milk Day, the ingredients were all donated by local businesses.
Staffordshire YFC chairman, Emma Stubbs said ’we wanted to highlight how delicious milk is to drink’.
She said: "There isn’t any good news stories around for the Dairy industry at the moment and milk prices continue to fall.
"Many of our members in the Staffordshire Young Farmers live and work in Dairy farming and therefore we wanted to highlight how delicious milk is to drink."
There was no previous record for the largest cup of milkshake, and Guinness World Records stated that the total volume must exceed 500 litres.
As one of the independent witnesses to the record attempt, Meg Elliot of Bagshaws of Uttoxeter announced that the final total was 911 litres.