Author name: Nuffield Scholars

Farming carbon or farming better? – A Nuffield Perspective

My name is Andrew Sincock and I grew up on my grandparents mixed Dairy, Beef and Arable Farm in Cornwall. My first job on the farm was mucking out an old stable that served as a temporary home for new mothers and their calves. The stable was 3 meters wide, roughly 6 meters long and …

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My Nuffield Journey

By Toby Simpson NSch @tjsimpson Cast your mind back to January 2021, that particularly cold, dark, and dreary month made infinitely worse by the fact we were in a third lockdown with no end in sight. For me this was the background to an epiphany, while sat by the fire reading through old Nuffield papers, …

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2023 Nuffield Farming Scholars Announced

The Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust announced their newest cohort of Scholars in October, and many of their studies will be focused on topics like market challenges, soil improvement, vertical farming, cut flowers and energy production. “Over the past 75 years, Nuffield Farming Scholars have contributed immensely to the food and farming industry, leading the way …

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Wye oh Wye…?

Wye oh Wye…? The River Wye intertwines the border of England and-Wales. Once the nations “favourite” river it now probably has more designations than actual fish and continues to regularly feature in the media as the poster girl for agricultural pollution. In this article I hope to provide some insights in the complexities behind the …

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