The team, James Smith, William Snowden (HE Agricultural Business Management and Conservation and Countryside Management students) and Rachel Churches, Daniel Padfield, Edward Davies, Rollo Deutsch, Thomas Davies and Hollie Stone (FE Agriculture students) were tasked with judging a pen of beef heifers, ewes, lambs and lamb carcases then presented their results to the judge. Hartpury College were placed 2nd overall, an excellent result against 20 teams.
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Meet Ruby Tuesday, the rare red and white calf who is breaking up the monochrome pattern of the Holstein-Friesian herd at Hartpury’s Home Farm.
Furry friend frazzled by fireworks? Can pet products help to soothe the stress? Hartpury researcher investigates
Hartpury lecturer Sienna Taylor has been involved in new research looking into the effectiveness of ‘Pet Remedy’ - a product made from natural ingredients that aims to calm pets in stressful situations.
Thanks to money raised by Hartpury University Centre students, two dogs will be joining the fight against poaching at Mankwe Wildlife Reserve.
A Hartpury student who has been taking dog walking to a whole new level through the unusual sport of canicross will take on Europe’s elite after being picked for Great Britain.