With a wealth of students and graduates working across the food and farming sector, this year’s #Farm24 has as strong a Harper Adams representation as ever.
Here’s just a selection of some of the things our students and alumni are getting involved in this year during the day – supported by Farmer’s Guardian and Morrisons.
Placement student Lucy is at Kubota UK, where she’s taken a starring role in this video:
At SRH Agribusiness, Katie has been getting out and about, talking to farmers to offer advice and support.
Meanwhile, Evie is lending her support across a variety of roles…
…while a return home for fellow student Charles has seen him lending a hand on the combine.
Our Harper Adams alumni are also out there supporting the day, including Susie at Openfield…
Susie grew up on a mixed family farm in East Yorkshire and studied Agriculture at Harper Adams. In January 2021, she joined our Graduate Scheme. "It offered a brilliant insight into the industry, and has provided a great background for my new appointment." #Farm24 pic.twitter.com/3fFyb0itel— Openfield: More than just grain. (@OpenfieldTM) August 4, 2022
...Jessica (and friend!)...
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…and MDS trainee Eloise.
MDS Trainee Eloise is proudly backing #Farm24! She has been able to grow her passion for #BritishFarming by experiencing all aspects of the supply chain to get a birds eye view of how it's all interconnected.@FarmersGuardian @Morrisons @HarperAdamsUni @AdamaAgri @AdamaUK_ pic.twitter.com/Q7rdQ2WIoX— MDS Ltd (@MDS_Updates) August 4, 2022
Meanwhile, our academics are marking the day on the combine:
And graduates of our Marshall Pawpworth Short Course are taking the #Farm24 message to a global audience.
If you’re a Harper student or graduate out there marking #Farm24, do make sure to tag us in – it’s great to see all the different ways we’re supporting British food and farming!