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Celebrating British agriculture at the Great Yorkshire Show

Preparations are well underway at Wolfenden, getting ready for July’s Great Yorkshire Show, a highlight of the agricultural calendar and one of only a few agricultural events being held this year.

After last year’s Show’s cancellation, this July sees the GYS coming back with their biggest show yet, with an extra day added – now running over four days from Tuesday 13th to Friday 16th July. The Show organisers are making this a huge celebratory event for British agriculture, with equine show rings and livestock rings including cattle, pigs, sheep and goats, while the main ring will feature the Grand Cattle Parade. With a host of attractions including a countryside pursuits arena, cookery demonstrations, forestry and woodworking and Gardeners’ Question Time running every day, the Show is set to attract a record number of visitors and exhibitors.

Wolfenden will be celebrating, too, with new products to launch – this will be the first opportunity for farmers and distributors to meet face-to-face and see the latest SUPA GREEN range and to find out more about Wolfenden’s support for Net Zero in British dairy farming.

Richard Moody comments,
“Like everyone working in agriculture, Wolfenden are delighted to be celebrating British farming and showcasing the innovation and excellence of our industry at GYS. For July’s Show, we’ll be bringing a comprehensive range of products that we’ve been developing and launching over the last year. We have a portfolio of products for dairy that we’re extremely proud of – particularly the help they offer to farmers working towards net zero and emission reduction. We are very much looking forward to catching up with our existing customers and to showcasing our products over the four days of the Show.”

For more information about the Great Yorkshire Show 2021, click here.