Presenting Scholars

Sandy Park, Exeter
Annual Conference

Presenting Scholars

Lizzie Carr-Archer 2020NSch

How seed breeding could reduce farm inputs in the future
Lizzie Carr-Archer 2

Nicola Harrison 2020NSch

Mapping out a green growth strategy for UK horticulture
Nicola Harrison 2

Peter Craven 2020NSch

How to progress a farming business from 'Good' to 'Great'

Sponsored by Thatchers

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Peter Craven Sept 2022 Small

Fred Langdale 2020NSch

Frost protection and post frost care in cool climate viticulture.

Sam Smith 2020NSch

Regenerative agriculture: a shared ambition for the future of farming?
Sam Smith 2

Gary Spence 2020NSch

I can't believe it's not beef! Can livestock compete with alternative proteins?
Gary Spence 2

James Stobart 2020NSch

Effective monitoring methods that measure ecological outcomes in grazing systems
James Stobart 2

Gary Thompson 2021NSch

Breaking dairy farming's addiction to inorganic fertilizer: The road to rehabilitation
Gary Thompson

Olivia Champion

Circular economy principles for the sustainable farming of nutritious insects as a feed ingredient
Olivia Champion

Matthew Blyth 2021NSch

Evaluating the potential cost benefits of electronic data recording for UK sheep and beef farms
Matthew Blyth - profile

Anna Bowen 2021NSch

Can the UK improve the ethics of its dairy calf management while retaining profitability?
Anna Bowen Topic

Camilla Hayselden-Ashby 2021NSch

Hemp: how can UK farmers take advantage of this profitable, sustainable crop?
Camilla New Photo

Dan De Baerdmaecker 2021NSch

Influences affecting management and productivity of deer as a semi-domesticated species in an intensive farming system
Dan de Baerdemaecker

Aisla Jones 2021NSch

How can retail and supply chains create demand for more sustainable aquaculture feed?
Aisla Jones

Chris Manley 2021NSch

Taking Agriculture to the Leading Edge: What can we learn from the best leaders inside and outside Agriculture?
Chris Manley

Keith Gue 2021NSch

Could Dairy be the Pig and Poultry of the future?
Keith Gue

Ian Baggs 2021NSch

Sustainable forage cropping for dairy cattle in the face of climate change challenges
Ian Baggs

Ben Hunt 2022NSch

Can you farm Carbon?
Ben Hunt New

Miles Middleton 2022NSch

Working towards Net Zero in the Dairy offs, opportunity costs and alternative allocations for scarce resources.
Miles Middleton

Tom Young 2022NSch

Sustainable water use: opportunities for agriculture based on cross-disciplinary knowledge sharing.
Tom Young

Helen Wyman 2022NSch

Mentoring: a mechanism for driving positive change in UK Agriculture
Helen Wyman Cropped

Kendra Hall 2022NSch

Building trust in British farming through increased transparency of on-farm livestock production
Kendra Hall

Oli Chedgey 2022NSch

Living the Farming Ladder
Oliver Chedgey

Chris Taylor 2022NSch

Do regenerative farming practices pave the way for UK agriculture to meet Net Zero
Chris Taylor

Toby Simpson 2022NSch

Cover and catch cropping opportunities in UK arable agriculture
Toby Simpson

Emily Padfield 2022NSch

The mob-grazed flerd: improving soil, biodiversity and farm incomes
Emily Padfield

James Pick 2022NSch

Can Maincrop Potatoes be Grown in a Regenerative system?
James Pick

Liz Cresswell 2022NSch

Cattle health schemes: what does success look like?
Liz Cresswell

Miranda Timmerman 2022NSch

Worming like a winner: a guide to a sustainable UK sheep flock
Miranda Timmerman

Rob Havard 2022NSch

Evaluation of beef cattle selection methods for profitability in grass-fed production systems
Rob Havard

Vic Ballantyne 2022NSch

Too Fat? The role of condition in maternal livestock in areas with extreme seasonal variability
Victoria Ballantyne

David Throup 2022NSch

Poultry Manure: a study into the storage, bi-product capabilities & the impact on environment sustainability

Sponsored by BEMB Trust

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David Throup

Ali Cook 2022NSch

‘Utilisation and Impact of robotics on large scale dairy farms’
Ali Cook