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Abby Kellett

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Arable Specialist
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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

Video: Organic matter – quality over quantity

Video: Organic matter – quality over quantity

As industry strives to boost soil organic matter levels, one soil expert is encouraging growers to be mindful of the type of organic matter they should be striving for. Abby Kellett reports.
Video: Getting a feel for soil texture

Video: Getting a feel for soil texture

Soil texture is a ‘fundamental’ soil property – it determines how we treat and manage the land, but can it help shape future ag policy?
Milling wheat proteins holding up well

Milling wheat proteins holding up well

Early yield figures for 2018 indicate that wheat yields are 5-8 per cent below the five year average of 8.2t/ha (3.3t/acre).
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