April 17, 2014
Pick the perfect picture at Cereals 2014
Visitors to this year’s Cereals Event are encouraged to visit Agrii’s stand to vote for their favourite image in a charity photography competition and learn how Agrii is supporting the British farming industry through a range of initiatives.
Agrii’s Head of Marketing, Mark Thomas says: “Farming is much more than just a day job and Agrii is keen to help our customers not only through providing the best agri-intelligence to deliver high performing crops, but also support, lobby and promote our customers’ interests from a wider industry perspective.
“The charity photography competition is just one example of the many initiatives around the UK that Agrii is involved in, to support our great British farmers and the farming community.”
Amateur photographers have been encouraged to enter their favourite snaps of rural Britain that best represent the theme of ‘A Passion for the Countryside’ and help raise money for charity.
Three rural charities: The Addington Fund; The Royal Highland Education Trust; and The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution will each benefit from the competition with a donation from Agrii. The charities were nominated and are supported by three Agrii customers from different parts of the UK. The competition is part of Agrii’s ongoing campaign to support British farmers and the rural community.
After voting for their favourite image, visitors to the stand can learn more about Agrii’s services and how the Agronomy Plus approach, including SoilQuest Decision Support services can help target farm inputs and maximise business profitability.
It’s not too late to enter the competition – entries close on Monday 12th May at 5pm. Anyone interested in entering can find out more and upload their images via the Agrii website www.agrii.co.uk where they can also find full terms and conditions. The pictures taken by the six finalists will be on display on the Agrii stand at Cereals, and the one which receives the most votes from visitors to the stand will be crowned the overall winner.