Fferm Ffactor

Vote for your favourite farming team!

Fferm Ffactor

TV series 'Fferm Ffactor – Brwydr y Ffermwyr’ (Battle of the Farmers') will crown a team in the popular series this year but, before that, there will be many challenges ahead.

The first challenge will be to complete an agricultural-based course against the clock in front of the Royal Welsh Show crowds. But only 3 out of seven teams will have the opportunity to compete for the award of a six month loan of a brand new Honda ATV bike as well as insurance, given by ‘Farmers Union of Wales'.

Which team do YOU want to see compete?

Vote by visiting the ‘Fferm Ffactor’ Facebook page and clicking 'like' under the photo of the team you would like to see competing on the day. Or visit S4C's stand at the Royal Welsh and vote by hand before 1pm on Tuesday, July 21, 2015.

AT-shirt donated by Cardiff-based clothing company ‘Oes Gafr Eto' will be won by one voter and will be chosen at random at the S4C pavilion afternoon of Tuesday, July 21 before the first challenge takes place in the Cattle Ring at 4.30. Come to support!

The ‘Fferm Ffactor – Brwydr y Ffermwyr’ will broadcast on S4C in the autumn.


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Roy takes 2014 title

Roy takes 2014 title

A farmer from Llangyndeyrn, Carmarthenshire has been announced as the winner of Fferm Ffactor 2014.

Roy Edwards of Groesasgwrn Farm will take home this year's title as well as an Isuzu D-Max Yukon 4x4 pick-up along with a year's insurance courtesy of FUW Insurance Services.

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The Finalists

  • Tudor Roberts-Watkins

    Tudor, 32

    Creigfryn, Carno

    I can't see myself doing any other job. Farming is in my blood and I love being out in the fresh air.

  • Roy

    Roy, 37

    Fferm Groesasgwrn, Llangyndeyrn

    Farming means everything to me, and it's the best way to bring up a family.

  • Gethin Lloyd

    Gethin Lloyd, 54

    Glanrhyd, Abergorlech

    Being a good exhibitor is a special craft. It's a shop window for our produce, and we learn a lot from taking part in shows.

  • Shôn

    Shôn, 43

    Bryn Barcut, Llangernyw

    Eliminated in episode 1

    I'm gutted I couldn't show exactly what I can do.

  • Angharad

    Angharad, 23

    Castell Du, Llanwnnen

    Eliminated in episode 2

    I had a feeling I'd be the one leaving the competition.

  • Wil

    Wil, 29

    Fferm Tŷ Canol, Llanybri

    Eliminated in episode 3

    I don't have much expertise with sheep.

  • Delyth

    Delyth, 24

    Llanerchaeron, Ciliau Aeron

    Eliminated in episode 5

    I've learnt that I will never become a dairy farmer!

  • Gethin

    Gethin Eifion, 20

    Tŷ Hir Werddon, Rhosfawr

    Eliminated in episode 5

    I think I've done well to reach this far.

  • Rhys

    Rhys, 22

    Ystrad Dewi, Tregaron

    Eliminated in episode 6

    I wasn't sure what to expect to start with.

  • Tudur Jones

    Tudur, 49

    Tŷ'n Rhos, Pentrefoelas

    Eliminated in episode 7

    Nobody can take that away from me.