I come from a farming family so have been involved in agriculture all of my life. My particular interest has always been in agronomy, and so I commenced studying Agriculture with Honours in Agronomy at Newcastle University. I went on to graduate from university in 2014, committed to pursuing a career in the independent agronomy sector. I started work with Indigro in September 2014 and subsequently went on to pass my BASIS and FACTS exams.
I work closely with the rest of the Indigro team to deliver the most unbiased and cost-effective independent advice to our clients, focusing on combinable crops, sugar beet, grass and maize and have become a director of the Association of Independent Crop Consultants. I enjoy the everyday challenge of providing the best and most accurate advice to my clients whilst also forming excellent customer relationships.