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Hamish Murray

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Bridging the communication gap between older and younger farmers

Hamish Murray is the manager/director of Bluff Station - a large high country property in Marlborough running Merino sheep, beef cattle and 800 beehives. The business, run in conjunction with family, employs several shepherds, general staff and beekeepers. Hamish studied at Lincoln University before reading economics at Cambridge University (UK). He has recently been involved in the PQF Governance group, supporting farmers recovering from the Kaikoura earthquake, and completed a Nuffield scholarship in 2019 looking at Future Farm Workplaces.