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Lorna’s current interests include using a holistic and multidisciplinary approach to improve understanding of how farmers manage their farm businesses. Understanding the decision choices of farmers and the factors that influence them is central to most of the research that Lorna does. Related to this other interests include assessing the impact of knowledge exchange programmes, transferring knowledge to “the next generation” and the barriers to uptake of innovations. Her PhD is using machine learning methodologies to better understand farmers’ antibiotic use.
Master, University of Edinburgh
2009 → 2010
Bachelor, University of Edinburgh
… → 2009
PhD, University of Edinburgh
2015 → …
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RESAS 22-27: SRUC-b3-1 Ensuring Positive Behavioural Change For Farmers Towards Best Practice For Clean Growth: Economic And Behavioural Investigations.
1/04/22 → 31/03/27
1/04/22 → 31/03/27
The BUG consortium Building upon the genome: Using H. contortus genomic resources to develop novel interventions to control endemic GI parasites
Milne, C., Stott, A. & Pate, L.
28/03/15 → 27/03/21
Thomson, SG., McMorran, R., Bird, JB., Atterton, J., Pate, LP., Meador, JE., DeLima, P. & Milbourne, P., 28 Mar 2018, https://www.gov.scot/publications/farm-workers-scottish-agriculture-case-studies-international-seasonal-migrant-labour/pages/5/: The Scottish Government. 152 p.
Research output: Book/Report/Policy Brief/Technical Brief › Commissioned reportOpen Access
Paton, LA., Pate, WL. & Milne, CE., Jul 2017, (First published) p. 1 - 11. 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › peer-review
Pate, LP., Milne, C. E. & Roberts, DJ., Jul 2015, 20th International Farm Management Congress. Universite Laval, p. 402-409
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile13 Downloads (Pure)