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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Hartpury Agriculture students had their eyes opened to an alternative approach to sowing the seeds of the future.
Hartpury’s student farmers of the future weighed in on the debate and discussions surrounding agriculture in post-Brexit Britain during a talk with local experts.
What’s the best way to walk your dog? A team of Hartpury researchers have been comparing collars to harnesses to investigate the impact on canine behaviour and comfort.
Unlocking the secrets of the soil: new technology helps Hartpury’s agricultural innovators dig deep into future of farming
Agricultural technicians have been digging deep on Hartpury’s farms to scan the fields and map the soils; using state of the art technology to ensure that the College can make the most of every inch of the land.