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Getting to know...
Sam has been involved in agriculture all his life, growing up on his family’s mixed farm in North Yorkshire. He has been involved in farm business consultancy for the last 6 years to complement his practical knowledge gained on the farm.
Sam is a qualified agronomist working with a number of growers across the north east and Yorkshire. He also undertakes business reviews, budgeting tasks, and Countryside Stewardship, Basic Payment, and other grant work
I enjoy working with our clients and helping them find solutions to either solve problems or capitalise on opportunities.
As an agronomist within GSC Grays Sam sees his growers as much as twice a week in the busy growing seasons. This allows him to build strong relationships with clients but also gain an insight into their wider business.
His wider consultancy expertise as well as those available through the other GSC Grays departments allow no potential opportunity for that business to go begging.
Getting to know Sam
GSC Grays are specialists in land, farming and property management. Our teams don’t just employ the knowledge and skills that they have learnt in their professional careers, they draw on lifelong experiences and a passion for the sectors that they live and work in.
We work with farmers, foresters, and land managers to optimise land use and support the sustainable management of the natural environment. We can provide targeted advice on the opportunities for public and private funding for environmental enhancement in your region and open doors for you to generate new revenue streams from your natural assets.
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Our Boroughbridge Office
15-17 High Street
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