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Abby Kellett

Abby Kellett

Arable Specialist
Farmers Guardian
Shy bairns get nowt!

Biography

Biography

Abby joined the arable team in 2015 having spent three years at Newcastle University studying Agriculture. 

In between studying, Abby spent many happy hours working on the family farm in Northumberland which consists of an arable, beef, sheep and dairy enterprise.

Her role at FG is to report on the latest arable news and innovations, to draw attention to some of the best farmers in the country and to provide regular updates on crop performance.

Being located on the family farm, as soon as her working day is over, Abby can be found in a field or in the sheep pens, trying to put what she has learnt into practice.

Recent Articles

Recent Articles

Harvest 2017: Stop-start harvest delivers mixed results

Harvest 2017: Stop-start harvest delivers mixed results

News | 09 Aug 17
While frustration looms among growers as intermittent rain continues to cause delays, harvested crops have yielded close to five-year average figures. However, crop quality has been more variable.
How to achieve sustainable black-grass control with glyphosate

How to achieve sustainable black-grass control with glyphosate

News | 08 Aug 17
With glyphosate resistance a potential threat to UK arable production there are some key management strategies growers can adopt to maximise its efficacy when controlling black-grass ahead of autumn drilling.
Roots and steel working together for better soil structure

Roots and steel working together for better soil structure

News | 04 Aug 17
Work at Agrovista’s cover crop trial site at Blagdon, Northumberland, reveals benefit of using roots and cultivations to better soil structure and crop establishment.
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