Agrii Photography Competition 2020
Caring for the Countryside

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Agrii Intelligence Agrii Photography Competition 2014

British farmers and growers work tirelessly to care for their animals and nurture the land and their crops; every day of every week, of every year – for the benefit of present and future generations. We’re celebrating their stewardship of the natural environment with this year’s photography competition, and we’d like to see your photos that best represent the theme ‘caring for the countryside’.


Overall winner from the main competition: £500 of electronics vouchers.

Five runners up from the main competition: £100 of electronic vouchers.

Staff Category: £300 of electronics vouchers for the winner, two runners up prizes of £100

The photographs that the judges feel best represent the theme of the competition ‘caring for the countryside’ will be used in the 2021 Agrii calendar and wall planner. The overall winner will be chosen by visitors to Agrii’s summer iFarm events, and will be announced in July 2020.

Competition Details

You can enter as many photographs as you wish under one of the following categories:

Under 16’s
Agrii Staff

Entries open: 5pm, Monday January 6th 2020
Entries close: 5pm, Sunday 31st May 2020

Winning photographers will have their pictures included and credited in the 2021 Agrii calendar and wall planner.

In support of The Farming Community Network & The Silver Lapwing Awards

We are delighted to support FCN and the Silver Lapwing Awards as part of this competition. A £1 donation* will be made to both FCN and the Silver Lapwing Awards per photograph entered into the competition.

The Farming Community Network

The Farming Community Network

FCN is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community. More than 6,000 people a year benefit from FCN’s support on a variety of issues and challenges including health and wellbeing, relationships, finances and business management.

Silver Lapwing Awards

The Silver Lapwing Awards

This prestigious national award run by the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group celebrates growers who demonstrate a real commitment to species and habitat conservation; integrating environmental management into every part of their farm business.

* Up to a maximum of 1000 photographs.