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BGAJ/John Deere Training Award ‘Graduates’
| Ian Damms (1991) – Breeze & Freeze Ltd Cedric Porter (1991) – Agricultural & food consultant Ruth Jewkes (1991) –PR Andrew Faulkner (1992) – Joint editor Profi International Angus McKirdy (1992) – Crop Production Magazine Roberta Mothersdale (1992 winner) – Farmers Weekly contributor, from Aug 2013 Stuart Gibbard (1993) – Freelance machinery writer Emma Penny (1993) – Editor Farmers Guardian Johann Tasker (1993) – Chief reporter Farmers Weekly Nick Wilcox-Brown (1994 winner) – Photographer & film maker Rachael Porter (1994) – Freelance & editor Cow Management JD/BGAJ Training Award
| Jess Buss (1995) – Ex Farmers Weekly & BGS Director, Dairy Futures Liz Falkingham (1995) – Ex Farmers Guardian editor & PR Carol McLaren (1995) – Head of Communications, Quality Meat Scotland Sarah Palmer (1995) – PR Tia Rund (1995 winner) – Freelance Simon Wragg (1995) - Freelance Martyn Cox (1996) – Gardening writer, Mail on Sunday, Saga Amy Jackson (1996) – PR Dominic Kilburn (1996) – Ex editor Arable Farming & Farmers Guide Martin Rickatson (1997 runner-up) – Freelance machinery writer Mervyn Bailey (2002) – Joint editor Profi International JD/BGAJ Training Award
| Nick Fone (2002) – Freelance machinery writer Chris McCullough (2004) – Farm Week James Andrews (2005 runner-up) – Editor Power Farming Charlie McCarron (2005) – ex Farmers Weekly Sally Charrett (2006 winner) – ex The Garden, deputy/features editor Amateur Gardening Miranda Kimberley (2006 runner-up) – Horticulture Week Charlotte Johnston (2007 winner) – ex 5M Publishing, RASE Jodie Wallace-Hill (2007) – Freelance/PR Simon Henley (2008) – Freelance machinery writer Chris Lockwood (2008 runner-up) – Freelance Greg Goulding (2009) – Farmers Guide Janine Heath (2009 winner) – Harper Adams video journalist/press officer JD/BGAJ Training Award
| Sarah Carter (2010) – PR Rhian Price (2011) – Farmers Weekly Matthew Sharp (2011 winner) – Freelance, blogger Louise Hartley (2012 winner) – Farmers Guardian Emily White (2012) – PR Jez Fredenburgh (2012) – Farmers Weekly, Agrichat UK Amy Robinson (2012) – PR Rebecca Veale (2012) – British Farmer & Grower (NFU Publications) Andrea Beddows (2013) – PR Nick Cook – Freelance, Amateur Gardening Nick Drew (2013) – Earthmovers, blogger Hannah Lloyd (2013) – PR Michael Priestley (2013) – 5M Publishing JD/BGAJ Training Award
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