Farming Village at Royal Three Counties Show
If you want an authentic taste of farming, then pay a visit to the Farming Village. You’ll see some of the finest livestock around, meet the farmers themselves, and watch the animals compete to be crowned champion of champions. There will be nearly 900 classes, 120 breeds of animals across 25 judging rings over the three days - that's a lot of livestock to meet.
You can discover more fluffy, furry, and feathered friends in the Fur, Feather & Farm village.
Ask the Farmer
Ever wondered what a farmer does each day? Or have questions about what’s happening in the rings in the Farming Village? This is the perfect place to ask your questions and discover all you’ll ever need to know about farmers and their animals. There will also be live displays of spinning, felting, and knitting.
To top it all off, the supermodels of the sheep world will strut their stuff in the third British Wool Fashion Show to be held at Royal Three Counties Show. This is a fashion show with a difference, not only are the models on the catwalk but the sheep breeds from which the garments are manufactured are strutting their stuff too. Making it's premier appearance is a ladies coat spun, designed and knitted by Karen Griffiths using Romney cross Lleyn lambswool fleece from a flock owned by Adam Henson.
Head on over to Plan Your Day to find a timetable of what's on in Ask the Farmer.
Sheep Shearing Competitions
Witness the fastest and most skillful sheep shearers in the country. The shearers come from far and wide to compete here and entertain the crowds on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday we have shearing demonstrations taking place, it's baa-rilliant fun and action-packed entertainment.
The Young Farmers always know how to inject a healthy amount of fun into proceedings. Come along and watch their trademark humorous competitions, including the legendary tug-of-war on Sunday. Guaranteed to put a smile on everybody’s face.
National Rare and Minority Breeds Show
Sunday is your chance to see some rare and minority breeds championed by Rare Breeds Survival Trust. This event will see entries from across the UK, as breeders seek to promote their breeds to a wider audience.
If you want to find out about the latest agricultural technologies, then head on over to the trade stands. Here you’ll find plenty of friendly support and advice from the specialists.
Lamb Carcass Competition
Cast your eye over legs, loins, sirloins and racks with the best lamb carcasses on show. Great if you want to know what constitutes good lamb and how the experts assess it. A sight to behold, the Lamb carcasses are sold off in a traditional style auction, on Saturday at 14.30.
Looking to compete at the show? Visit the Compete page for more information.