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Caroline Kealey

Investigate developing and existing technologies for carcass grading and payment that can improve UK meat quality through producer/processor incentivisation.

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Neil Eastham

How can UK dairy farmers use Genomics to breed a better herd?

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Chris Rose

On-farm anaerobic digestion: maximising use and enhancing the value of CO2, heat and nutrients

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Joe Towers

Procurement of Asparagopsis taxiformis for trial in UK dairy system for methane reduced dairy products

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Jonathan Gill

How do we embrace Automation in Agriculture?'

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Jenna Ross

Riding the slime wave: Gathering global data to enhance slug control in the UK

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Jamie McIntosh

Explore New Ways In Which Eggs Can Be Marketed To Maintain A Steady Increase In Egg Consumption.

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Alexandra Parker

Where Corporate meets Family in Business

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Emily Norton

Breaking the silos - best practice in global agricultural policy for farm business innovation

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Kate Mayne

Agriculture & the natural environment - developing cross sector relationships to benefit future policy

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Richard Harrison

Where next for soft fruit in the UK? Addressing the yield gap and providing a path to 500 t/ha.

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Charlotte Evans

Point of care diagnostics: What can we learn from the medical industry?

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Angus Selby

Can Institutional Investment Capital Provide Opportunities for Family Farmers and Young Farmers in the UK?

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Tom Ormesher

Water Markets and Irrigation Business Growth

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Martin Gott

The prevalence and importance of indigenous bacterial cultures in raw milk cheese

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Barry O'Boyle

Can Farm subsidies be revolutionised after Brexit to drive Innovation?

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Angela Kirkwood

How to Grow the British Pig Industry

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Adam Banks

Insects as Food: Opportunities and challenges to farming insects for human consumption in the UK

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Mark Dewes

Can UK agronomy learn from best practice abroad to better serve arable farmers with advice and crop protection inputs?

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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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