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Animal and Land 16Sep 2015

New Agriculture students go behind the scenes at Cotswolds Farm

New Agriculture students go behind the scenes at Cotswolds Farm



Farmer Nick Bomford  guided Hartpury’s new cohort of Foundation degree Agriculture students around his farm in the Cotswolds this week.

The students took the opportunity to see sustainable and conservation farming practised on the modern, arable Guiting Manor Farm.

They quizzed Nick on all manner of topics including farm management, sustainable crop production and the need to feed a growing population.

If you are interested in studying for an Agriculture degree at Hartpury, click here for more information.

30 Sep 2016 Animal and Land

Radio 4 speak to agriculture's next generation as students swap city life for farming future

Radio 4 were on hand at Hartpury this week to find out more about students who are swapping the inner city for a life on the land as they pursue a career in farming.


29 Sep 2016 Animal and Land

Will girl power drive the future of British farming? Hartpury’s bumper crop of new female farmers think sow!

Girls are flocking to farming at Hartpury in their droves with this autumn reaping a record harvest of female land-based students.

20 Sep 2016 Animal and Land

Funding boost to help give Tom an even brighter farming future

Agriculture degree student Tom Saunders, has become the second Hartpury recipient of the new Joe Henson bursary, aimed at helping aspiring agriculturalists to take their studies further.

07 Sep 2016 Animal and Land

Heaven opens gates to future in farming with bursary boost ahead of tug of war World Championships

Hartpury student Charlotte Heaven will be hoping a recent boost to her farming future will help spur her to victory as she competes for England at the World Tug of War Championships this week.