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Ryan Wood

Ryan Wood

Head of Digital Content
AgriBriefing
My job's secure. No-one else wants it.

Biography

Ryan began his journalism career at Farmers Guardian after securing a degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.

During his first spell - Ryan worked with the digital team on both the website and the FG app before taking up a role as Head of Digital at the Lancashire Telegraph.

Three years later - Ryan returned to FG as Head of Digital Content and Engagement.

His new role involves boosting user numbers and time spent on site - ensuring our readers are getting the most from FG's digital offerings.

You will often find him scouring Facebook for the latest viral content - or talking about his beloved Manchester United.

Recent Articles

Movember: Can you help our Farmers Guardian boys raise money for men's health?

Movember: Can you help our Farmers Guardian boys raise money for men's health?

Fourteen members of the Farmers Guardian team are taking on the Movember challenge to raise money for men’s health.
Thanks for your support: #Farm24 reaches millions more than ever before

Thanks for your support: #Farm24 reaches millions more than ever before

With grassroots farmers and big names taking to Twitter to support #Farm24 this year, over eight million more people saw how much hard work goes into producing the finest British food and drink than in 2018.
Famous faces rally to support British food and farming for #Farm24

Famous faces rally to support British food and farming for #Farm24

From sport stars and MPs to celebrity chefs and TV personalities, the support for British food and farming for this year’s #Farm24 event has exceeded all expectations.
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