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In your field: Helen Stanier - "I aim to show there are opportunities for all in agriculture and break down barriers to entry."

Helen is a fifth-generation farmer who farms with her parents, David and Anne Shaw, husband, Craig, and their children, Alfred and Hattie, at Grey Leys Farm in the Vale of York. The farm comprises 162 hectares (400 acres) of grass, maize and wholecrop for the herd of 240 pedigree Jersey cows and more than 200 followers.

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In your field: Helen Stanier - "I aim to show there are opportunities for all in agriculture and break down barriers to entry."

Cows The cows finally went out on May 4, a wonderful and very welcome sight after such a long winter. They were a little unsettled in the first couple of weeks, probably because the grass quality...

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