Thinking of Exhibiting at The National Ploughing Championships 2021?
90th National Ploughing Championships Announced
Ratheniska, Co. Laois. 15th – 18th September 2021
The National Ploughing Association were delighted to recently announce details for its 2021 event, which takes place in Ratheniska, Co. Laois, from September 15th-18th.
2021 will see the National Ploughing Championships in its 90th year, and is also the 67th World Ploughing Contest.
National & World Ploughing Championships 2021.
Ratheniska, Co. Laois.
Probably the largest National Ploughing Association in the world the NPA turns ninety in 2021 and to celebrate will host the
National & World Ploughing Championships from 15th to 18th September in Ratheniska, Co. Laois, Ireland.
Attracting an annual attendance of almost 300,000 this spectacular annual “Farming Festival” has it all!
On entering the golden fields of stubble prepare to be awed by the precision and skill of the ploughman as they hone their craft to join the realms of the elite National Ploughing Champions.
Leave behind the silent intensity of the competition fields to enter the trade arena comparable only to a busy town on market day.
Over 1,800 exhibitors sprawled over hundreds of acres Promoting, Selling, Educating and Entertaining the throngs of visitors that make their way to this bustling town built on a green field for just a few days once a year.
Agricultural Machinery and Livestock at the core of the Exhibition extending out to almost every product and service associated with Irish Life.
It’s not just about business – there are Food Fayres, Craft Demonstrations, Fashion Shows, Funfairs and traditional events Pony Club, Hunt Chase, Sheep Shearing, Sheep Dog Trials, Vintage Machinery Exhibition, Horse Shoe Throwing.
Some say “if you’ve been to “The Ploughing” then no explanation is necessary!
BUT if you haven’t no explanation is possible”, such is the uniqueness of this event.
And once every decade or two the privelege of hosting a World Contest comes around bringing with it World’s finest ploughers from over 30 countries.
Let’s hope we get to see this premiere in Co. Laois in September and watch history in the making.