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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

Target ration starch and protein levels by breed to avoid costly penalties

Target ration starch and protein levels by breed to avoid costly penalties

RESEARCH by AHDB concluded that up to 45 per cent of prime cattle slaughtered in the UK may not be meeting processor specifications, this amounted to an estimated £38 million of penalties deducted in 2017.

New record set for Welsh Black calf

A new record price of 2,100gns was set for a Welsh Black calf at the breed society’s sale at Dolgellau.
Riverdane Holsteins clean up at AgriScot

Riverdane Holsteins clean up at AgriScot

A packed ringside watched on at this year’s AgriScot event held in Edinburgh as judge, Kevin Wilson, Carlisle, tapped out his SuperCow, Sahara Sanchez Ambrosia 3.
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