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Mike Ratcliffe

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Hugh Shedden

Utilizing precision technology in the UK pig industry to enhance profitability and sustainability.

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Cameron Roucher

A study of best practice in challenging climates: Realising the potential of UK viticulture

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Georgina Crayford

Reducing antibiotic use in pig production - is there a need for systemic change?

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James Corbett

What is the future of colony and caged egg production?

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Tim Stephens

How can the farming industry and water companies work together to ensure clean water?

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Lorna Davis

Water's value in agriculture as a sustainable, economic resource, delivering multiple benefits through flood risk and water scarcity management.

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Jonathan Baker

Delivering environmental benefits from private land: lessons from outside the EU

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Daniel Roberts

Avian Influenza: How can we reduce the risk?

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Jude McCann

Protecting the Farms Greatest Asset: Increasing Resilience and Knowledge Transfer

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Tom Levitt

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David Hichens

Building and leading a successful dairy business from good to great.

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Iwan Vaughan

Exploring sustainable protein sources to feed the UK dairy industry, whilst increasing rumen nitrogen efficiency.

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Geraint Powell

Sustainable grazing strategies that meet ecological demands

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Sue Evans

Best communication methods and ways in which farmers can influence Welsh Government going into a changing future.

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William Atkinson

Site Specific Weed Managment

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Sarah Hughes

Does Hydroponics have a place in conventional Agriculture?

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Barbara Bray

Vegetable production for specific nutritional need

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Richard Tudor

Soil Health and Fertility in Grasslands: an essential component in improving upland beef and sheep productivity and sutainability

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Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust

Awarding life changing Scholarships that unlock individual potential and broaden horizons through study and travel overseas, with a view to developing farming and agricultural industries.

"Leading positive change in agriculture"  

 

"It is now 27 years since I was awarded a Nuffield Scholarship. The study experience and what it led to was a defining moment in my life. I will forever be indebted to the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust." - 1990 NSch

  • Scholarship Journey

    Scholarship Journey
    Scholar Journey

    Year 1


    Late November New Scholars Briefing/Annual Conference

    Jan/Feb Develop study plan

    Early March Pre CSC & CSC

    Spring/Summer Global Focus Programme (GFP)

    Spring Study Travel

    To Spring the following year

    Year 2


    March Report Writing Training Day

    31st July Submit Written Report

    September Presentation Training Day

    Late November Present at Nuffield Farming Annual Conference

  • Application Process

    Application Process
    Application Process


    January 1st Applications open

    Help with application process from both Regional Representative and the Nuffield Farming Office

    July 31st Applications close

    Early September Shortlisting for interviews

    Mid-September Pre Interviews with regional representatives

    Early October Interviews

    Late October New Scholars Announced

    Late November Award Ceremony

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