NUFFIELD FARMING SCHOLARSHIPS TRUST
Since 1992, the Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust have supported 26 Nuffield Scholars on their learning journey.
DCBT's 2019 Scholar is Duncan Williams.
Duncan's Nuffield Project is entitled:
"How to get the whole UK dairy industry using antibiotics responsibly"
Further details about Duncan Williams can be found on the Nuffield Website, www.nuffieldscholar.org
DCBT's Previous Nuffield Scholars
All report titles detailed below a scholar are available to download directly from the Reports section on the Nuffield International website
2015 - Mr Dafydd Saunders Jones
"Bovine TB eradication programmes across Europe"
2014 - Mr Johnny Alvis *
"Achieving more from less with dairy and arable collaboration"
2013 - Mr Andrew Brewer *
"Who will milk the cows? - the recruitment, training and retention of high quality workers in the dairy industry"
2013 - Mr Jason Vickery *
"Reducing dairy farm costs to prosper in a global market"
2012 - Mr Charles Harrison
"Keeping up with the Johne's - practical opportunities for the control of Johne's Disease in dairy cattle"
2011 - Mr Philip Darke *
"Planning for the future of the family dairy farm"
2010 - Mr Kevin Beaty *
"Consumer attitudes to how milk is produced"
2008 - Mrs Joanne Speed
"Lameness prevention in dairy cows"
2007 - Ms Fiona Hillman
"Earthworm opportunities for UK Farmers"
2005 - Ms Lucy Andrews *
"Knowledge transfer of science and genetics to farmers"
2005 - Ms Diana Allen
2004 - Mrs Felicity Richards
2003 - Mr Alun Owen
"The role of discussion groups - their assistance in the development of successful agriculture with particular reference to the dairy industry"
2002 - Mr Alan Pye
2001 - Mr Michael Madders
2000 - Mr Kevin Green
1999 - Mr Lyndon Edwards
1998 - Mr Neil Darwent
1997 - Miss Anne Filkins
1996 - Mr Simon Weaver
1995 - Ms Mary Munro
1994 - Mr Paul Richards
1993 - Mr Gareth Williams
1992 - Miss Catherine Hughes
1992 - Mrs Kate Kerr
* jointly sponsored with The Trehane Trust
Some of the Trust's Nuffield Scholars at the DCBT Dinner held at Dartington Hall on Saturday 13 April 2013
ABOUT THE NUFFIELD FARMING SCHOLARSHIPS TRUST
Over the last 60 years, the NUFFIELD FARMING SCHOLARSHIPS TRUST has provided over 800 people – in agriculture, associated industries and the rural community - the chance to travel to expand knowledge and understanding.
NUFFIELD Today ...
To date some 1600 Scholars worldwide have benefited from Jack Maclean’s proposal to Nuffield and his Foundation that it should encourage the advancement of agriculture.