The winners comprised three women and 12 men.
The Roman Catholic Basic School at Kordiabe in the District was also awarded for emerging best in Agro Forestry category.
The awards ceremony was in commemoration of the 29th National Best Farmers' Day celebration.
This year's celebration was on the theme: "Reducing post harvest loses for sustainable food security and nutrition.
The award winners received bicycles, plastic chairs, sprayers, Wellington boots, cutlasses, cooking utensils, and certificates.
Nii Anum Samuel Okley emerged as the District Best farmer and was presented with a double deck refrigerator, bicycle, plastic chair, sprayer, among other items.
Mr Okley has a 90- acre farm land on which he cultivates maize, okro, pepper among other crops in addition to rearing of cattle.
Madam Peace Formenya, Acting Shai-Osudoku District Director of Agriculture, said her outfit had organised several training programmes for farmers to upgrade their knowledge in farming activities.
She said the Kpong Irrigation Scheme needs major rehabilitation since its inception in 1998.
According to her the district requires more tractors and combine harvesters to boost the work of farmers.
Mr Emmanuel A. O. Lartey, Shai-Osudoku District Chief Executive, said the Assembly would provide good roads and ready market for farm produce to ensure that post harvest loses are reduced.