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41 Name:


Sally Robinson Age: 24


Club: East Midlands Prefi x: Wyggeston Occupation: Self employed farm worker and NMR milk recorder


How long have you been in HYB? Seven years.


What have your highlights been? Winning the senior linear team with Rebecca Kirk two years ago at the national competitions day and coming second overall in the stock judging at the competitions day last year.


What is your favourite event in the HYB calendar? East Midlands Club calf show and the All Britain All Breeds Calf Show, they both have such a buzz and atmosphere you just don’t want to miss either event.


What do you think you’ve gained from HYB? I have made a lot of good friends in my years in HYB. I have learnt and been given the opportunity to travel around the UK to various events which are just fantastic when normally you wouldn’t have been given these opportunities.


What other hobbies do you have? YFC, shooting, flower arranging, breeding my own small flock of pedigree Charollais sheep.


Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Hopefully still pursuing my career in the dairy industry and also having my own small herd of pedigree Holsteins.


What would you say to someone to encourage them to take part in HYB?


Come along and give it ago. Once you come you will be hooked. I like to encourage people to come along to the All Britain as I think the event is so rewarding for the young members.


What would you like to see added to the HYB programme?


I’d like to see a training event added in to the programme to help with new members and teaching the basics to stock judging and reason giving.


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