Farming with epilepsy – we meet Robyn Hogg

By Will Evans
17th May 2019
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Tonight I head down to the Royal Agricultural University to talk to agri-business student Robyn Hogg.

We talk about her studies at Cirencester, whether it’s an exciting time for young people to be entering the agricultural industry or not, and how since the age of 9 she’s lived with severe epilepsy, and the challenges she’s faced as a result.

We also discuss the family’s award winning bird food business – www.laverockhallfarm.com

*Will is a mixed farmer in Wales, UK and the co-founder of EatFarmNow. He’s also a podcaster, producing Rock & Roll Farming, and is the winner the British Farming Awards Digital Innovator of the Year.

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