Churchill Fellowship winner heads for greener pastures

Caleb Cluff
Updated December 5 2016 - 3:08pm, first published 1:00pm
Grass can be greener: Martin Harmer will study pasture variety evaluation schemes in Europe and South America, with the aim to increase profit for farmers.
Grass can be greener: Martin Harmer will study pasture variety evaluation schemes in Europe and South America, with the aim to increase profit for farmers.

Gordon resident Martin Harmer has been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship for a project that aims to allow farmers to make more informed choices about pasture seed variety selection.

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Caleb Cluff

Caleb Cluff

Senior Journalist, The Courier

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