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The Royal Welsh Show 2014 commemorated the 100 year anniversary of the start of the First World War with a series of military main ring attractions and displays.
The big attraction in the main ring was the amazing King's Troop of the Royal Horse Artillery - the Queen's ceremonial Saluting Battery of superb equestrian soldiers trained to drive a team of six horses that pull the First World War 'thirteen pounder' state saluting guns at a gallop.

Read more: Royal Welsh Commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the start of the First World War

Each year the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society presents promising students and rising stars with awards and scholarships which recognises and pays tribute to their enthusiasm and dedication to Welsh agriculture.
"Our commitment to enhancing and promoting advances and education within agricultural and land based industries is as strong as ever" says John Davies, the society's Chair of the Board of Directors.
"It is with great pleasure that we, along with the generous support of our sponsors, are able celebrate the achievements of these young people and continue to further develop the Royal Welsh school of knowledge. We very much look forward to seeing what the future bring to them all"
And the winners are :-

Read more: The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Award the Future Stars of Welsh Agriculture

The 2014 all Wales clamp and big bale silage competitions run by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society and the Federation of Welsh Grassland Societies, once again saw some top quality silage produced by some of the best silage growers from across Wales.
Silage is key to the production of meat and milk on many Welsh farms, and the competition is the most contested in the industry.
The winners follow :

Read more: All Wales Royal Welsh silage competitions the winners

The Chief Executive of a leading Welsh company in sheep breeding has been awarded the 2014 Sir Bryner Jones Memorial Trophy, one of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society's most prestigious prizes.
Since 1957 the award has been made annually to someone from a different branch of the farming industry who has reached the highest level of achievement in the chosen sector and this year it has been won by the person in Wales who has effectively applied modern technologies to improve and enhance good husbandry and management of their farming enterprise.
The development into sheep genomics and breeding which Mr Dewi Jones of Innovis, Peithyll, is actively working on, together with his team of shepherds and analysts is truly ground breaking not just in Wales but on the global scene.

Read more: Royal Welsh top award acknowledges advances in genomics and

Ten agricultural workers from across Wales, who together have notched up 422 years of service, will receive a Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Long Service Medal in recognition of their length of service to the agricultural industry at this year's Royal Welsh Show.
The recipients of this year's medals are:

Read more: RWAS Long Service Medals for agricultural workers

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