Sustainable Agriculture Sciences
Hannah's main passion is for beef and sheep research. She has worked on various livestock research projects since graduating in animal science in 2004. Her most recent focus has been on sustainable ruminant production, with a focus on efficient livestock grazing systems. She is interested in the production of high quality animal products while focusing on the impact of production on the environment. She is also passionate about the reduction of food waste and has carried out research on the use of minerals to increase meat shelf life, while also improving the nutritional composition to the consumer. Hannah’s skills are focused around the design, planning and day-to-day aspects of livestock experimental work. She is key to the collection of data and analysis of samples collected.
- Soil 2 Nutrition (S2N)
- Does the potential for AMR selection differ between common UK cattle grazing systems?
- 2004 - Bachelor (Hons) of Animal Science, Newcastle University