Farmers Guardian is once again media partner of Welsh Grassland, this year taking place at the Rhug Estate, Corwen on June 9.
The event is being organised by members of the Meirionnydd Feature County led their president W. Richard Jones.
There will be more than 40 hectares (100 acres) devoted to the event with a host of latest silage and haymaking equipment from leading manufacturers being put through their paces, grass seed variety demonstrations and a wealth of technical information available from the trade stand displays.
The event’s main sponsors are Germinal Seeds, IBERS/Aberystwyth University, Hybu Cig Cymru, Innovis and Wynnstay.
To celebrate our involvement we have 10 pairs of tickets to giveaway.
When: Thursday, June 9.
Where: The Rhug Estate, Corwen (LL21 0EH).
Gates open: 8am to 5pm.
Parking facilities: Free car/bus parking.
Adults - £10/person [£9 before 23rd May]
Pupils and students [pre booked before 23rd May via Schools/Colleges, minimum of 10 people] - £7
How to get there: From all directions head for the A5 between Corwen and Druid.
The Rhug Estate is between the two (LL21 0EH).
The winners of 10 pairs of tickets for the Farmers Guardian Royal Welsh Grassland show ticket giveaway are: Brian Mackintosh, Nannerch Mild, Flintshire; Debbie Baldwin, Bamfurlong, Lancs.; Aneurin Davies, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire; James Hague, Middlewich, Cheshire; Arwel Howells, Pemcader, Carmarthenshire; Catherine Jones, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire; Carwyn Jones, Pwllheli, Gwynedd; Dewi Jones, Denbigh, Conwy; Clare Norlander, Llanddaniel, Anglesey and Joy Shearer, Newtown, Powys.