Well, the wait is over and we finally have our Nature of Farming Award finalists - and I just about have some fingernails left!
After much deliberation, our expert panel of judges have announced Robert Law, David White, Robert Kynaston and Somerset & Carolyne Charrington as this year's top four. Their efforts to create and maintain habitats for a huge range of species are incredible, and all without sacrificing a profitable farming business, and we're really excited to be able to promote their hard work to the wider public.
Our other winners from across the UK also deserve a special mention - with such fantastic examples of farmers stepping up to do their bit for nature, our judging panel had some really tough decisions to make.
But their job is done now, and it's over to you to tell us who you think should be crowned the UK winner. From corncrake to curlew, cornsalad and chalkhill blue, these farmers have a wealth of biodiversity to tempt you to into voting for them!
Vote on the website, or if you're at Game Fair this weekend, come and see us for a voting card and a chat. You can also vote over the phone on 0870 601 0215. Voting closes on 31 August and all voters will be entered into a prize draw to won a luxury break for two!
The next six weeks will be full of nervous excitement for all of us as we wait to find out who will emerge triumphant.So cast your vote now, safe in the knowledge that whoever it turns out to be, wildlife is the real winner.