Richard joined Dyson Farming Research when he started in 2022. In this role, he is supporting the company’s strategic objective of being a ‘beacon of excellence’ within UK agriculture.
Richard grew up on the family farm in South Herefordshire and then graduated with a degree in Business Management from Bristol. He then managed contracting and hire services at 7Y Machinery Ring before joining the AHDB from 2012 – 2022, where he was Head of Knowledge Exchange.
Richard is passionate about helping Dyson Farming Research members to be more resilient in the long term through the sharing of top-class knowledge.