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Hannah Park

Hannah Park

Livestock Specialist
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Biography

Hannah joined Farmers Guardian in early 2018 where her role as Livestock Specialist sees her getting out and about to everything from show and sales, events, open days as well as farm features to bring readers all the latest news from livestock circles.

Before this, she graduated from Harper Adams University in 2015 and spent three years working in the communications team at the National Sheep Association.

Brought up on a dairy farm in South Cumbria, Hannah is a keen and active Young Farmer where she enjoys competing - particularly in the tug of war competition where she can be heard - if not seen!

Recent Articles

Nova leads saturated Westmorland beef lines

Nova leads saturated Westmorland beef lines

Relentless rain did little to dampen the spirits of exhibitors at this year’s Westmorland County Show, who continued to turn out a quality show of stock in the unforgiving conditions.
Water treatment technology to improve calf health on trial

Water treatment technology to improve calf health on trial

Investment has been doubled for further tests on a new water treatment technology, which claims it could improve calf health and therefore reduce the need for antibiotic treatments.
Black Welsh Mountain tops Denbigh and Flint sheep lines

Black Welsh Mountain tops Denbigh and Flint sheep lines

Taking the supreme champion title in the sheep sections inter-breed judging was the hill ram lamb champion, a home-bred Black Welsh Mountain from Dyfed and Rowena Rowlands of the Gaer flock in Anglesey.
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