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Morven Nelson

Morven has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Rural Business Management from SRUC Edinburgh Kings Building. She is currently studying a part time masters in Agricultural Professional Practice at SRUC Aberdeen as well as studying to gain RICS accredited modules towards her path for RICS chartership.  Joining the company last December as a graduate land agent, Morven assists with valuations, farm business advisory services and compensation claims.

Morven comes from a dairy farm background but the home farm now specialises in beef, located half way between Dumfries and Annan. She is an active Young Farmer for her local YF club, Lower Nithsdale, where she sits on the committee as treasurer. She also sits on the national committee for SAYFC (Scottish Association for The Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs) as well as the West Representative for International Travel. She is also the West Representative for SAYFC for Farm Safety Ambassador for 2024.

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