Tom Blunt

Tom Blunt


RBST Senior Conservation Adviser, who joined RBST in 2015 having previously graduated from Harper Adams University with a degree in Agri Business. Covering all UK native livestock and equine breeds responsibilities include the production of the RBST Watchlist and delivery of conservation grazing courses, which explain how different species can be used to meet conservation objectives.

I have been involved with livestock since a young age and have an established flock of pedigree Suffolk and Texel sheep as well as the family herd of Red Poll Cattle.

The Environmental & Financial Benefits Of Using Native livestock In Conservation Grazing

Yeo Valley Old Dairy Tent

The session will demonstrate the environmental and financial benefits of using native livestock and equines in conservation grazing. Our native breeds were bred to thrive in our landscapes. They created the habitats, the meadows and pastures that we need to manage better or restore, and so it is through their use that we are most […]