William Kellett

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William Kellett

Journalism Intern

William Kellett is a third year Journalism and New Media student at the University of Limerick. He hails from Co. Meath and comes from a farming background on both sides of his family. Outside of writing he is a former winner of the Irish National Racing Driver of the Year award.

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Zero emission HGVs to receive £200m funding boost

Zero emission HGVs to receive £200m funding boost

The world’s largest fleet of zero emission HGVs will take to UK roads through plans to achieve cleaner air and...

BVA searches for Young Vet of the Year

BVA searches for Young Vet of the Year

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has begun the hunt for this year’s BVA Young Vet of the Year Award to...

Leading experts announced as headline speakers at Down to Earth Event

Leading experts announced as headline speakers at Down to Earth Event

Two leading figures on regenerative agriculture and climate changes have been announced as the headline speakers at Down to Earth-...

Precision Breeding Bill a ‘major boost’ for crop innovation

Precision Breeding Bill a ‘major boost’ for crop innovation

The British Society of Plant Breeders (BSPB) has welcomed the announcement in yesterday’s Queen’s Speech that the UK government will...

CLA welcomes planning overhaul in levelling up and regeneration bill

CLA welcomes planning overhaul in levelling up and regeneration bill

The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) welcomed the new planning measures outlined in the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill...

NFU Cymru’s latest Next Generation group meet for the first time

NFU Cymru’s latest Next Generation group meet for the first time

The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) Wales (Cymru) has today (Tuesday, April 10) welcomed a new group of enthusiastic young Welsh...

Import controls on plants postponed in policy U-turn

Import controls on plants postponed in policy U-turn

The government has announced that the remaining import controls on plants and plant products will no longer be introduced in...

Entries ‘flooding in’ for Royal Bath & West show

Entries ‘flooding in’ for Royal Bath & West show

Entries for the Royal Bath & West livestock classes have been “flooding in” from producers around the country, including for...

New account manager appointed at ADAMA

New account manager appointed at ADAMA

ADAMA Agricultural Solutions UK Ltd. has appointed Dan Macdonald as a new account manager within its commercial team. His agricultural...

BVA urges dog owners to rethink walks in hot weather

BVA urges dog owners to rethink walks in hot weather

Alongside their annual campaign to warn dog owners of the risks of leaving dogs in hot cars, BVA has joined...

New Environmental Farmers Group sets out its ambitions

New Environmental Farmers Group sets out its ambitions

Nature will be protected and enhanced on an unprecedented scale, with the formation of a pioneering new landscape-scale partnership of...

UKHSA continues to investigate Kinder salmonella outbreak

UKHSA continues to investigate Kinder salmonella outbreak

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is continuing to investigate an ongoing outbreak of salmonella linked to certain Kinder products...

USPCA urges people to be aware of new puppy scam tactics

USPCA urges people to be aware of new puppy scam tactics

Northern Ireland animal welfare charity, the Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (USPCA), has issued a warning...

Inflation looks set to flatten increasing farm incomes

Inflation looks set to flatten increasing farm incomes

Welsh government figures show how farm incomes in Wales for 2020-2021 were forecast to have increased for cattle and sheep...

Caution needed to gain the full benefits of under-sowing maize

Caution needed to gain the full benefits of under-sowing maize

Growers may be keener than ever this year to keep valuable nitrates in the soil by under-sowing maize with a...

Gold Cup winners to open their farm to the public

Gold Cup winners to open their farm to the public

One of the UK’s highest ranking dairy herds is opening its gates for the renowned Gold Cup Open Day on...

Company fined £44,000 after poultry shed malfunction kills over 27,000 chickens

Company fined £44,000 after poultry shed malfunction kills over 27,000 chickens

A company that manages poultry farms has been fined £44,000 after a computer malfunction in a broiler shed ventilation system...

Emergency legislation introduced on imports of pine and cedar trees

Emergency legislation introduced on imports of pine and cedar trees

Emergency legislation restricting the movement of pine and cedar trees into Great Britain to help protect against the imminent threat...