Paul Thurlow (pictured below) of Moat Farm, Drinkstone, near Bury St Edmunds has been named as the lucky winner of 20 ha’s of Amalie oilseed rape seed in our national competition.
At the Cereals event earlier this summer, growers were invited to rate varietal characteristics such as disease resistance, agronomics such as standing power, yield etc in order of importance, for their particular farm situation. Mr Thurlow’s name was drawn from over 384 total entries.
The seed was presented to Mr Thurlow at his farm, by our Oilseeds Product Manager, Will Compson.
The second winner of the two-part competition was Mr G Poulter of Manor Farm, Wennington, near Huntingdon, he is the lucky winner of 20 ha’s of Britannia winter wheat seed.
Many congratulations to them both!