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Hannah Noble

Hannah Noble

Livestock Specialist
Farmers Guardian - AgriBriefing

Biography

Hannah graduated form Harper Adams with a degree in Agriculture and started a career in cattle genetics with Genus Breeding.

After three years running the Cornerstone young bull testing programme, Hannah moved back to her home land of Yorkshire and spent the last two and a half years as a breeding advisor for Genus. 

Hannah is heavily involved in her family farm and is a keen breeder of North Country Cheviot sheep, she competes in shows up and down the country in her spare time.

As well as being involved in the running of her local show Hannah is also the secretary of her local grassland discussion group.

Recent Articles

Anglesey inter-breed win for commercial heifer, One and Only

Anglesey inter-breed win for commercial heifer, One and Only

The beef inter-breed honours at Anglesey Show went to the Commercial champion, One and Only from John Williams, Gwynedd and shown by Glyn Williams.
Limousin takes Burwarton beef honours

Limousin takes Burwarton beef honours

CLINCHING the beef inter-breed title at Burwarton Show, Shropshire was Limousin heifer, Dinmore Noueuse, the winner of the any other continental breed class. Hannah Noble reports.
How artificial insemination has become vital for one sheep farm's success

How artificial insemination has become vital for one sheep farm's success

Lambing their 2,000-strong sheep flock in December and January to hit the Easter, new-season lamb market is one of the main focuses for Tony Good and his shepherd, David Barber.
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