About Anne Richmond
Anne grew up on a farm in Northern Ireland, rearing pedigree Charolais cattle and free-range turkeys. After studying Biology at the University of Dundee Anne worked in the Agri-Food Biosciences Institute non-ruminant lab.
In 2010 she decided to return to full time education to study for a PhD at Queen’s University Belfast. In December 2013 she graduated, with a thesis entitled ‘An investigation of methane emissions from beef cattle grazing contrasting upland and lowland vegetation types’.
During her PhD she was successful in an application to the Institute of Food Science and Technology for their fellowship at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology. In September 2014 she joined Moy Park as an Agriculture Analyst and in May 2017 Anne took on the new role of Research and Development Manager which she thoroughly enjoys!