World Ploughing Organization (WPO)
Organisation mondiale de labourage
1952-11-13 Stirling UK
Founded at meeting held simultaneously at Bridge of Allan (UK), a provisional Governing Board having been set up 5 Feb 1952, Workington (UK).
Foster and preserve the art and improve the skill of ploughing the land; promote world championship ploughing contests; provide for demonstration work and trade displays; urge development and adoption of improved techniques and aids to man in all branches of agriculture; foster a vigorous spirit of cooperation and enterprise in producing food for an increasing world population; encourage, by all these means, fellowship and understanding amongst the peoples of races, nationalities and different affiliations.
Events2035 | Kenya – World Contest
2034 | Latvia – World Contest
2033 | Denmark – World Contest
2032 | Canada – World Contest
2031 | Austria – World Contest
2030 | Netherlands – World Contest
2029 | France – World Contest
2028 | New Zealand – World Contest
2027 | Croatia – World Contest
2026 | Slovenia – World Contest
2025 | Czech Rep – World Contest
2024 | Norway – World Contest
2023 | North Macedonia – World Contest
2022-08-05 | Tartu, Estonia – World Contest
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General Meeting (held annually, at the time and place of World Championship Ploughing Contest). Governing Board, consisting of one representative appointed by each nationally represented organization. Executive Committee appointed by Governing Board. Membership limited to national organizations which arrange national annual championships, and associate members.
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