Kieran Walsh Agronomist Kieran Walsh is our Agronomist for Hands Free Hectare, who lives in the Cotswolds and works in the surroundings areas of Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. Former Farm Manager and Spray Operator, with a passion for the future of farming & agronomy. A great enthusiasm for soils, Kieran is open minded to all sources of new technologies that can help growers and agronomists explore and maximise efficient ways of crop production and soil health. email@example.com Mobile : 07811 912759
Debbie Heeks Provides research and project support to academics and researchers in the engineering department at Harper Adams University. She supports the Hands Free Hectare team throughout the project from early prototype to harvest and disseminates the Hands Free Hectare project at agricultural events. To contact Debbie about research and development opportunities please email
Adreen Hart-Rule Hands Free Hectare PR Lead Adreen is a trained broadcast journalist who’s worked in both internal and external communications. Since joining the university in 2015, Adreen has written a range of articles and created videos on a number of topics, especially those relating to research projects and student success. Although Adreen’s primary focus has now shifted to international recruitment communications, she still leads on the PR for the Hands Free Hectare. If you have a media enquiry about the project, you can contact Adreen at: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01952 815428
Harry Cadwallader Harry is the head Precision Farming Engineer at Precision Decisions He has been at the company for 7 years and is highly experienced in fitting and supporting various autosteer kits and sprayer rate controllers on all makes and models. He is an expert in surveying and installing RTK base stations and setting up both Radio and NTRIP RTK. This experience was vital in making the project a success, where high precision GPS was required for navigation. Harry is from a small family farm in North Lincolnshire, and spends his free time helping out, as well as introducing new precision farming methods to his family’s old habits.