Fellow - Principal Meredydd David with Miss Rosie Carne

Reaseheath College Principal Meredydd David MBE has been made a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Society.

The honour, bestowed at the House of Lords by Rosie Carne, current chairman of the RAgS Council, is in recognition of services to farming community and in the development of agricultural education.

RAgS, established in 1834, promotes the scientific development of agriculture and the transfer of scientific knowledge to agricultural practitioners.

Meredydd, nominated by existing Fellows, said: “I was very surprised and honoured to have been selected.

“This is very much Reaseheath’s achievement and is entirely due to the fantastic work the college does for the agricultural industry nationwide.”

Reaseheath College is a leader in the field of agriculture since the 1920s and is recognised especially for its expertise in dairy production.

The agriculture department currently has 370 students studying degrees and diplomas.

The college farm has had significant investment into its infrastructure and machinery, ensuring that all students receive a cutting edge experience using the latest technology.

Reaseheath’s Agricultural Development Academy offers an information hub for farmers and growers and aims to improve the profitability and efficiency of farming and food production businesses by delivering high quality knowledge transfer.

(Pic: Principal Meredydd David receives Fellowship from Rosie Carne at the House of Lords)

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