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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New boom spreader on the market from KUHN

New boom spreader on the market from KUHN

KUHN Farm Machinery has launched the Aero GT 60.1, a trailed pneumatic boom spreader that is available in 30m, 32m...

Government launches new £80 million fund for green jobs and national parks

Government launches new £80 million fund for green jobs and national parks

Plans to help kickstart the UK’s green recovery have been unveiled yesterday (Wednesday, November 18), including the expansion of protected...

2020 Midlands Agricultural Engineering apprentice winners announced

2020 Midlands Agricultural Engineering apprentice winners announced

The winners of the 2020 Midlands Agricultural Engineering Apprentice Awards have been announced, with four young agricultural apprentices the happy...

‘No simple answers to ridding the country of bovine TB’

‘No simple answers to ridding the country of bovine TB’

NFU Cymru has responded to the Welsh government’s statement on the Bovine TB Eradication Programme. NFU Cymru deputy president Aled...

TFA asks ‘have the wheels fallen off the Brexit bus?’

TFA asks ‘have the wheels fallen off the Brexit bus?’

The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has expressed its worry that the farming industry in the UK faces a hugely difficult...

Oxford University students have voted to ban beef and lamb on campus

Oxford University students have voted to ban beef and lamb on campus

Oxford University students have voted to ban beef and lamb at campus canteens. The Oxford University Student Union passed a...

We need to ‘avoid the catastrophe of a no-deal Brexit at all costs’ – FUW

We need to ‘avoid the catastrophe of a no-deal Brexit at all costs’ – FUW

With little over six weeks to go before the end of the EU withdrawal period and many areas of agreement...

Eustice must provide ‘urgent clarity’ over tariffs comment – NFU Scotland

Eustice must provide ‘urgent clarity’ over tariffs comment – NFU Scotland

Comments made by George Eustice on the BBC regarding tariffs have angered Scottish farmers and crofters ahead of a crucial...

‘No-deal’ reports emphasise importance of securing EU trade deal – NFU Cymru

‘No-deal’ reports emphasise importance of securing EU trade deal – NFU Cymru

Following media reports around a “no-deal” Brexit and its potential impact on Welsh farming, NFU Cymru has again stressed the...

‘Eustice’s comments will have angered many of our nation’s sheep farmers’ – NSA

‘Eustice’s comments will have angered many of our nation’s sheep farmers’ – NSA

Comments made by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, George Eustice, on BBC One’s Andrew Marr...

Updated rules for seasonal farm workers arriving into the UK

Updated rules for seasonal farm workers arriving into the UK

Seasonal workers arriving in England to carry out vital work on farms ahead of Christmas will now be able to...

‘Dairy farmers will not be affected by potential 35% tariffs on goods’ – Eustice

‘Dairy farmers will not be affected by potential 35% tariffs on goods’ – Eustice

Environment secretary George Eustice has said that British dairy farmers will not be affected by potential tariffs of up to...

Central England Co-op announces retirement of COO and CFO

Central England Co-op announces retirement of COO and CFO

Central England Co-op has announced that its chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO) are set to take...

‘Agriculture Bill secures fairer share of red meat levy for each nation’

‘Agriculture Bill secures fairer share of red meat levy for each nation’

Changes to the distribution of red meat levy across England, Wales and Scotland will be implemented next year to recognise...

NFU Scotland welcomes proposed changes to Permitted Development Rights

NFU Scotland welcomes proposed changes to Permitted Development Rights

NFU Scotland (NFUS) has warmly welcomed proposed changes to Permitted Development Rights (PDR) as a fillip to business development and...

Farmer suffers serious injuries after falling into a quarry

Farmer suffers serious injuries after falling into a quarry

A farmer is in a “serious but stable” condition after falling 40m into a quarry while tending to his livestock....

Forage acid loading predicted to be high in TMRs this winter

Forage acid loading predicted to be high in TMRs this winter

Early forage analyses suggest the acid loading effect of many grass and maize silages will be high within total mixed...

Pet owners warned to be wary of being ‘Petfished’

Pet owners warned to be wary of being ‘Petfished’

Those looking to bring a new puppy or kitten home this Christmas are being urged to research the person behind...