More than 600,000 people lined the streets of London for the event which was broadcast to millions more on television.
Debbie Broad farms crops, beef and lamb at Mote Farm in Ivy Hatch and with her daughter, Bex, was part of a team representing Red Tractor Assurance, the UK food and farming assurance scheme.
Debbie said: “We wanted to get involved because we want to promote farming to the general public.
“We are proud to be farmers and we want to promote British produce to the consumer.
“It is important to promote British produce and the high welfare standards we adhere to. If we cannot find time to support Red Tractor Assurance, how will the British public know how their food is produced?”
Those lining the streets would have struggled to miss Debbie and her team. They were accompanied by a huge Massey Ferguson Ideal 9T combine which holds 17,100 litres of grain – enough to produce 24,000 loaves of bread.
“Our favourite memory was seeing all the positivity around farming and all of the general public thanking us as farmers. Hearing all the cheers and claps was amazing,” Debbie added.
There are about 46,000 Red Tractor farmers like Debbie in the UK producing the food which carries the Red Tractor logo indicating to shoppers that the product is safe, traceable and farmed with care.
Pictured: Left to right: Andrew Blenkiron, Debbie Broard, Bex Broad, Peter Bawn, Vicky Smith, Melanie Momber, Sarah Lane, Dawn Howell and Adrian Howell. Photo: NFU