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Falklands : Falklands Welcome Back Neil Judd
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 08.09.2013 (Article Archived on 06.10.2013)

FIG has announced that Mr Neil Judd will take up the post of Senior Agricultural Adviser in mid-October 2013. Neil, no stranger to the Falklands, previously worked in the Department of Agriculture for 6 years.





Falklands
Welcome Back Neil Judd



 



By J.
Brock (FINN)



 



FIG has announced that Mr Neil
Judd will take up the post of Senior Agricultural Adviser in mid-October
2013.  Neil, no stranger to the
Falklands, previously worked in the Department of Agriculture for 6 years.



 



Director of Natural Resources,
John Barton, said “I am very pleased to welcome Neil back to the role, and the
fact that he is already very familiar with agriculture in the Falklands will be
a great advantage to the Department and the Islands.”



 



Commenting on his appointment,
Neil says he and Jenny are greatly looking forward to returning to the Falkland
Islands and to saying hello once again to their many friends.



 



Neil says he “is keen to catch-up
as quickly as possible with the Falkland Islands farming community to gain an
understanding of the issues of importance and where possible, to assist in
building the international reputation of the Falkland Islands as a producer of
high quality agricultural products and also enhancing the profitability of
farming businesses.”



 



 

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