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Eveey Hunter, 27, works for the family farm business, managing the admin and accounts as well as provides freelance consultancy work for other haulage and farm businesses. She is also on the NFU Student and Young Farmer Ambassador programme, and recently launched a farm safety initiative asking farmers to list five things they could do to make their farm safer.
John McCulloch, 21, is a stockman at G Barbour & Co, based in Crocketford, near Dumfries in South West Scotland. He is the chairman of Stewartry Young Farmers and chairman of the SAYFC West region agri and rural affairs committee.
Jack Sadler is a 26-year-old graduate rural surveyor with CLM, a firm of farm business and environment consultants. From Cheshire, Jack is carving a career in the overlap between agriculture and conservation.
Gareth Staples-Jones, 24, and Grace Collinson, 23, farm in Stone Fold Village, Accrington. Gareth works as a commercial account handler at NFU Mutual Preston and Grace works at Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary.
Matthew Rollason, 24, is from Great Harwood, Lancashire. He works in the agri-food research and development team for Dunbia. He has also established New Dawn Herefords and is an NFU Student and Young Farmer Ambassador.
Grant Stephen, 23, from Dallas, Moray, is a general farm worker with a herd of 140 pedigree Simmentals. He has a small herd of pedigree Beef Shorthorns and comes from a farming family with 80 suckler cows and 500 breeding ewes.
Marcus Doig, 27, graduated from Harper Adams University after spending a year in industry learning all aspects of modern dairy farming. He now manages a family owned 243-hectare dairy in Somerset, milking 300 cows.