He had previously been widely condemned for referring to Bongo Bongo Land when he was discussing overseas aid.
A campaign spokesman said: "Bloom was an overwhelming choice for the Foot in Mouth award and, to be fair to him, could easily have won this award on at least two other occasions. (He is) a wince-inducing gaffe machine and we could fill a page or two with his ill-advised quotes from 2013 alone."
Farage told his party conference: "Increasingly over past months his statements have left us in a position where, frankly, what we stand for and what we campaign for are irrelevant.
"Because all anyone wants to know is Godfrey's latest comment, I've had very sharp words with him about it."
He added: "There is no media coverage of this conference, it's gone, it's dead, it's all about Godfrey hitting a journalist and using an unpleasant four letter word.
"We can't put up with it and I said to you earlier, we cannot have any one individual, however fun or flamboyant or entertaining or amusing they are, we cannot have any one individual destroying Ukip's national conference and that is what he's done today."
The trouble with Godfrey is that he is not a racist, he's not an extremist or any of those things and he's not even anti-women but he has a sort-of rather old fashioned territorial army sense of humour which does not translate very well in modern Britain.
What he ought to have learnt is that time and time again he says things that overshadow the whole agenda that Ukip is fighting for.
The controversial Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom has hit a Channel 4 News correspondent over the head with a copy of his party's conference guide and called him a racist after being asked why there were no ethnic minorities on the front of the brochure: