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My Farming Week - Thomas Rees, Vale of Glamorgan

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Tom is a partner in the family sheep and beef farm in Cowbridge which extends to 384 hectares (950 acres). The farm consists of 550 breeding ewes and 120 suckler cows.

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My Farming Week: Cam Houle, Canada

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Cam Houle is a new entrant into the dairy industry, milking 35 cows in Saskatchewan, Canada.

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My Farming Week: Alan Fisher, Cumbria

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Alan Fisher farms with his wife Julie and three children, in partnership with his wife’s parents. They milk 160 Holstein cows on 80 hectares (200 acres) in North Cumbria.

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My Farming Week: Joe Towers, Lancashire

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Joe Towers markets the milk from his 350 cow family dairy farm at Hornby in Lancashire under the brands Lune Valley Dairy Farm and The Estate Dairy.

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My Farming Week: Adrian Broaden

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Adrian Boaden is a dairy farmer from Cornwall. He milks 155 Holstein Fresians and two Ayrshire cows which belong to his children, increasing to 180 cows in partnership with his parents.

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My Farming Week: Thomas Gibson, County Antrim

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Thomas Gibson farms 250 Lanark Blackface ewes in Broughshane, Co Antrim, on a hill farm more than 274 metres (900ft) above sea level. He also carries out contract shearing.

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My Farming Week: Rosie Hetherington, Leeds

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Rosie Hetherington is a new entrant to farming and runs a small flock of continental sheep in partnership with a retired farmer in West Yorkshire. She is also a third-year agriculture student at Newcastle University.

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My Farming Week: James Muir, Staffordshire

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James Muir farms with his wife Lucy and three children, Angus, Oliver and Charlie, on a family owned farm in Stafford. They are in a share farming agreement with Lucy’s parents Stephen and Lesley Brandon

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My Farming Week: Rhydian Bevan, Pembrokeshire

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Rhydian Bevan farms in Penffordd, Pembrokeshire with his mother, father and grandmother. They milk about 240 Holstein Fresian cows and finish about 150 cattle a year

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My Farming Week: Nigel Gribble, Cornwall

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Nigel Gribble farms 81 hectares (200 acres) near Launceston, Cornwall, with his parents. He keeps 80 cattle and also works as a shift manager at a food factory.

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