NMR has added two new area managers and a customer account manager to its field teams, in England, Wales and Scotland.
Amy Mepham is the new area field manager in Wiltshire and parts of Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset. A graduate from the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, Amy worked as an AI technical for Genus ABS and ran her own relief milking business before spending two years in Australia, which included working as an area manager for Alta genetics in Tasmania.
She has also had experience as a milk recorder and is currently involved in Tesco future farmer foundation and in Women in Diary where she hopes to establish a network in Wiltshire soon.
Geraint May joins NMR as the new area field manager in north Wales, from the Cheshire border to Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula.
A keen interest in farming and livestock took him to Llysfasi College then Harper Adams University where he graduated with a BSc. Hons in agriculture.
Backed by practical experience as a relief milker in the UK
and on a dairy unit in New Zealand, Geraint has also worked for a national nutrition company where he specialised in carbon footprint monitoring and advising producers on improving feed efficiency.
The third recruit is Sally Hughlock who has taken on the role of customer account manager in Scotland. Based in Dumfries, Sally is responsible for sales, marketing and customer queries relating to NMR’s service and products. Prior to this role, she was a NMR milk recorder in Dumfries.
From a farming background in north Yorkshire, Sally studied art and design and has established Sally Florence Designs specialising in pet portraits. She has shown cobs in regional events including the Great Yorkshire Show but now breeds and shows Labrador retrievers.