Ploughing Match

Ploughing Match Prizes 2011

Farm Classes

Class 0 – The King George VI Challenge Cup

1stROYAL FARMS
2ndSYNGENTA

Class 1 – The Maidenhead Advertiser Challenge Cup

For the best farmed farm over 1000 acres

1stROYAL FARMS
2ndCOPAS FARMS
3rdDAVID PHILP & PARTNERS

Class 2 – The Lord Astor’s Challenge Cup

For the best farmed farm under 1000 acres

1stSYNGENTA
2ndRANDALL FARMS
3rdJ S WHITBY

Class 3 – Duke of Edinburgh Award for Nature Conservation

For responsible farming coupled with care for the countryside

1stSYNGENTA
2ndEMMETT BROS / COPAS FARMS

Crops

Class 6 – S.W. Philp Challenge Bowl

For the best field of Winter Wheat

1stFAIRACRE FARM
2ndEMMETT BROS
3rdCOPAS FARMS

Class 7 – Henry Denny & Son Challenge Bowl

For the best field of Winter Barley

1stRAYNER FARMS
2ndDAVID PHILP & PARTNERS
3rdRINDER FARM

Class 8 – E T Biggs Challenge Cup

For the best field of Winter Oilseed Rape

1stCOPAS FARMS
2ndRANDALL FARMS
3rdSYNGENTA

Class 9 – The NFU Cup

For the best field of Spring Barley or Spring Wheat

1stHURLEYFORD FARM
2ndHUTT & PARTNERS
3rdEMMETT BROS

Class 10 – The Knight Frank & Rutley Challenge Cup

For the best field of Oats

1stROYAL FARMS
2ndFAIRACRE FARM
3rdDAVID PHILP & PARTNERS

Class 11 – The Patullo Higgs Challenge Cup

For the best field of a spring sown break crop

1stFAIRACRE FARMS (Spring beans)
2ndSHOTTESBROOKE FARM (Spring Peas)
3rdDAVID PHILP & PARTNERS (Winter beans)

Corn Classes

Class 36

Best Class 1 Wheat

1stDavid Philp & Partners
2ndFairacres Farm
3rdCopas Farms

Class 37

Best Class 2 Wheat

1stRandall Farms
2ndDavid Philp & Partners
3rdEmmett Bros

Class 38

Feed Wheat

1stEmmett Bros
2ndFairacres Farm
3rdShottesbrooke Farm

Class 39

Oats

1stShottesbrooke Farm
2ndDavid Philp & Partners

Class 40

Feed Barley

1stRinder Farm

Class 41

Malting Barley

1stRinder Farm

Class 42

OSR

1stEmmett Bros
2ndRandall Farms
3rdShottesbrooke Farm

Class 43

Beans & Peas

1stDavid Philp & Partners
2ndShottesbrooke Farm
3rdFairacre Farms

A J BUCKNELL CHALLENGE CUP

Best overall Wheat

David Philp & Partners

HOLYPORT CHALLENGE CUP

Best overall Barley

Rinder Farms

Livestock

Beef Judging

Class 20 – R H Muir Challenge Cup

Best Beef Bull

1stPORTMAN BURLEY (Bull with the Heifers)
2ndRAYNER FARMS (Highland Bull)
3rdROYAL FARMS

Class 21 – Dalgety Challenge Cup

Best suckler herd

1stROYAL FARMS
2ndPORTMAN BURLEY
3rdDONALD DAWES

Class 22 – G Copas Challenge Cup

Best commercial beef enterprise

1stGILES PHILP
2ndHURLEYFORD FARM
3rdRINDER BROS

Class 23 – Beef Stockman Prize

1stMARK OSMAN

Sheep Judging

Class 24 – F R Cartman Challenge Cup

Best commercial sheep

1stMICHAEL CRAIG
2ndGERALD LEVINGE
3rdHURLEYFORD FARM

Class 25 – Sheep Stockmanship Prize

1stGERALD LEVINGE

Gardens

Class 81 – Tudor Challenge Cup

For the Best Garden – Open to Members

1stCynthia Philp
2ndThelma Copas/Helen Emmett

Class 82 – Barge Farm Cup

Best Cottage Garden – Open to employees of members

1stAlan Boyd
2ndPeter Shaw

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REBAA - Royal East Berks Agricultural Association3 months ago
The first REBAA polo match was held by kind permission of Carlitos and Kim from Play Polo at Smewins Farm, White Waltham. The final was played by Team Tonic and Young’s Farm Polo and Team Tonic won, 4 to 2.5. Kim kindly explained the rules of polo which was received by the spectators with interest. There were pony rides for our younger members and after the match we were provided with a lamb bbq with all the trimmings, known in Argentina as an asado. The meat was cooked for 5 hours over an open fire, the food was in abundance and delicious. After eating we had a game of rounders to finish off a superb day.
REBAA - Royal East Berks Agricultural Association
REBAA - Royal East Berks Agricultural Association3 months ago
We had a superb Rural Farm Walk at Church Farm last evening, attended by 90 REBAA farmers and councillors. We looked at crops and new forward thinking farm and environment methods, followed by a hog roast. Superb evening had by all.

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