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Lauren Dean

Lauren Dean

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Biography

Lauren kicked off her print journalism career with Farmers Guardian shortly after graduating from the University of Leeds with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. 

Her time with the company has so far seen her specialise in a range of agricultural issues including farm safety, rural crime, the role of young farmers and tackling antimicrobial resistance.

She spends a lot of time working with farmers on the FG Take the Lead campaign and keeps up-to-date with next generation young farmers to help get their voices heard on a national scale. 

In time spent away from the office, Lauren can often be found baking sheep-stamped cookies.

Recent Articles

Monsoon-type rains reiterate calls for ‘drive and ambition’ on flood mitigation measures

Monsoon-type rains reiterate calls for ‘drive and ambition’ on flood mitigation measures

Relentless rain which has put Britain on course for its wettest June on record has reinforced industry calls for policy makers to engage with farming as they seek to tackle climate change.
£1-a-year Great Orme farmer ‘determined’ to prove himself after council drops charges

£1-a-year Great Orme farmer ‘determined’ to prove himself after council drops charges

A fourth generation sheep farmer who beat off thousands to secure a £1 National Trust tenancy has reached ‘the end of a nightmare’ after a four-day court case against him collapsed.
Open Farm Sunday welcomes first-time farm visitors and more from urban areas

Open Farm Sunday welcomes first-time farm visitors and more from urban areas

More than 25 per cent of farmers hosted an event for the first time, with 33 per cent of these in Yorkshire and 22 per cent in Scotland.
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