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.
Thomas Vines, 21, is a final year agricultural student at Harper Adams University. He helps on the family’s 180-hectare (444-acre) mixed arable and sheep farm where they run 200 pure-bred Meatlinc ewes and 150 mixed cross-bred Lleyns, Romneys and New Zealand Suffolks.
Stephanie Dick, 23, is a full-time mixed beef and arable farmer on the 1,214-hectare (3,000-acre) family farm with 800 cattle. She studied agriculture at the University of Edinburgh before travelling to the United States on a scholarship from the Aberdeen-Angus youth programme.
Georgina Fort, 28, is a new mother and works full-time on her family’s 121-hectare (300-acre) farm after a stint with ITV soap opera Emmerdale. She is a big supporter of the YFC movement and believes experience away from the farm is valuable for agriculture’s next generation.
Luke Cox, 21, grew up on an arable farm in Gloucestershire. He is currently in his final year at the University of Reading where he studies agriculture, and is working with the university to raise the profile of the farming industry among students and staff.
Jakob Eunson, 20, is an ambassador on one of Shetland’s most enterprising farms, Uradale Farm, offering high quality organic beef and lamb directly to wholesalers and retailers through a butchery service. He is also a former winner of a Lantra Scotland agricultural award.