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Chemical farming just isn’t our thing

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We will be hearing from Kate who owns and runs Tan House Farm, https://attanhousefarm.co.uk/

Tan House Farm, a small farm in Herefordshire with native breed cattle, sheep, pigs and a flock of hens.

We don’t use pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilisers because we respect and treasure the farm’s biodiversity, soil health and animals.

Everything on our farm has a role to play; from manure and thistles, to our one-eyed cat and vintage-but-still-in-use tractor.

Host profile: Dr David Bozward

David Bozward is Head of the School of Business and Entrepreneurship (SBE) at the Royal Agricultural University. As a serial technology entrepreneur, educator, mentor and authority on international youth entrepreneurship with over 20 years entrepreneurial business experience, he brings a wide range of leading-edge practical industry centred experience to education, providing both a theoretically informed and practice led approach to business management education.

Over the last ten years he has successfully created and delivered enterprise and entrepreneurship education through a number of government and university organisations. He has designed and delivered a broad range of national and international extracurricular entrepreneurship interventions, university elective modules and a venture creation degree programmes.

In 2016, he was invited to be a member of Maserati 100 the top 100 individuals in the UK actively supporting the next generation of future entrepreneurs and was awarded a lifetime fellowship of the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs.

Linkedin URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bozward/

SBE Profile: https://www.rau.ac.uk/business-and-entrepreneurship-school

SBE Research Profile: https://www.rau.ac.uk/research/SBE


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