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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

Lameness and Johne's disease affect dairy cow lying time, research finds

Lameness and Johne's disease affect dairy cow lying time, research finds

Research being carried out by Harper Adams University investigates the link between behaviour and pressure from illness or disease. Hannah Noble reports.
Holstein takes supreme at UK Dairy Expo

Holstein takes supreme at UK Dairy Expo

YOU could have heard a pin drop in the exhibition hall for the inter-breed championship at the Borderway UK Dairy Expo, Carlisle as the panel of breed judges selected their inter-breed champion.
Comparing EID stick readers: Six of the leading models on the market

Comparing EID stick readers: Six of the leading models on the market

There are a variety of different solutions available for reading EID tags. Hannah Noble looks at six of the leading models of stick readers on the market.
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