Writtle University College (WUC) was delighted to accept a generous donation from CAMA Asset Management Platform.
CAMA manager Darren Jones visited WUC's campus on May 4th to supply sheep shearing equipment for use by students and staff on WUC's campus farm. The team cares for a thriving herd and, this spring, welcomed over 140 Mules x Charollais lambs.
Darren said: "We are thrilled that we have been able to donate these clippers to the University College, to see that they will be a valuable resource. The staff are passionate and dedicated to their animals and we hope that the clippers are a good addition. A great result for the CAMA Sustainability Department to get involved with."
Lecturer in Agriculture Dr Hannah Scott-Browne said: "I am absolutely delighted to receive these sheep clippers today. Not only will they provide a really valuable learning resource for both our FE and HE agriculture and animal science students, but they will also help to ensure the WUC flock stays in top condition throughout the year."
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