Gemma Smale-Rowland

Dairy Sector Council Member (Dairy Farmer)

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Gemma is a fourth-generation farmer at the 350-acre South Hellescott Farm in North Petherwin Cornwall where she has a pedigree holstein herd of 120 cows.

In 2018 she launched her own brand, Cornish Moo, which is now a multi award-winning brand with a priority on reconnecting the public with the understanding of where food comes from, showing the whole chain and ability to buy local, honest food just as it should be.

An NFU National Dairy Board member, she is passionate about the future of agriculture and reconnecting consumers to where their food comes from, with a focus on educating children and re-engaging people with milk.

Gemma’s work in the industry has earned her multiple accolades, including Outstanding Achievement at the 2021 South West Farmers Awards, and Young Farmer of the Year at the 2022 National Arable and Grassland Awards.

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