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Clayton Robins

2013 Scholar

Rivers, Manitoba


Clayton Robins owns and operates a fourth-generation mixed family farm in Rivers, Manitoba with wife Rebecca, son Quinn, and parents Brian and Arlene. The operation, which for many years also included a sheep enterprise, and now focuses on cow/calf, back-grounding, and custom grazing of grasser steers. Clayton’s Nuffield topic is “Improving the performance of beef … Learn More >>

Who can be a scholar?

Applicants will be mid-career; between the ages of 25 and 45; – (some exceptions may be considered). You will have a minimum of five years of agriculture business or farming experience, as well as the management ability to step away from your current duties for an extended period of time. You will travel for a minimum of 10 weeks, six weeks of which will be consecutive.

There are no prerequisites of education or past awards. You will be required to commit to using this opportunity to contribute to Canadian agriculture by sharing your work and experience.

Scholarships are not for those involved in full-time study, or for the purpose of furthering existing research projects.

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