LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
Angela started working for Farmers Guardian in 2003 on a freelance basis. She joined the staff in 2011 and is currently acting head of livestock, covering maternity leave, and also head of livestock sales and markets.
This involves attending conferences, technical events as well as shows and sales to source the content for these sections to ensure that readers are provided with the most up-to- date information to help them run their business and news about what is happening in the sector.
She says the best part of the job is getting out on-farm and meeting farmers who are passionate about what they do.
When not working Angela spends time on the family’s small farm in Yorkshire with her own sheep and horses.
Sheep farming in Iceland has changed significantly in the last decades, mainly as a result of more knowledgeable farmers and an effective breeding programme, delegates at Sheep Breeders Round Table were told.
With the introduction of the combined breed analysis (CBA) planned for February 2018 speaking at the Sheep Breeders Round Table, Eastwood, Sam Boon, Signet Breeding Services explained what it will mean for sheep produc