Back up to: The Farmers' Country Showdown
20/20 Three inspirational farming families compete for the Diversification of the Year Award.
19/20 Potato farmer Anthony Froggatt hopes to attract interest in his premium crisp products.
18/20 Two fruit-growing 'apple entrepreneurs' compete at the Malvern Autumn Show.
17/20 Five young farmers battle it out at the British Farming Awards.
16/20 Paul from Bedfordshire and John from Hampshire take part in a top ploughing competition.
15/20 Pedigree pig farmers enter the show ring at the Gransden Show in Cambridgeshire.
14/20 Two sets of cattle farmers sell a selection of their Dexter cattle at Sedgemoor Auction.
13/20 Two very different farm producers promote their wares at the annual Farnham Food Festival.
12/20 Two farmers use their own flowers to create floral displays at the Malvern Autumn Show.
11/20 Three farm workers hope to be named Farm Worker of the Year at the Farmers Weekly Awards.
10/20 Two sets of sheep farmers compete at the Pembrokeshire County Show.
9/20 Farmers compete to win 2017's Against the Odds category at the British Farming Awards.
8/20 Molly, Jackie and Paul have winning on their minds as they enter their shire horses.
7/20 Poultry farmer Rebecca hopes to attract attention to her new egg products.
6/20 At the Cotswolds' Moreton-in-Marsh Show, Betty Judge shows 21 of her pygmy goats.
5/20 Pig farmers Debbie, Michaela and Oliver hope to win a flurry of red rosettes.
4/20 Neil and Eilidh Campbell face Willie and Sandra Taylor at Killin Agricultural Show.
3/20 Nigel Dyer and Curtis Thompson hope to sell out at London's oldest farmers' market.
2/20 Rev Daniel Reed and Gabbie Franklin compete at the Pembrokeshire County Show in Wales.
1/20 James Read and James Gilman compete in the sheepdog trials at the Hope Agricultural Show.