Kelly Henaughen

News and Online Editor

Kelly has been part of the The Scottish Farmer editorial team since June 2013, and is now the News and Online Editor. In this role she oversees the production and editing of articles in several sections of the paper, as well as writing features on a wide variety of topics, and spending summers covering agricultural shows throughout Scotland. Brought up on the family farm in Dumfries and Galloway, Kelly can still often be found helping out with her family’s Galloway cattle and Blackface sheep.

Kelly has been part of the The Scottish Farmer editorial team since June 2013, and is now the News and Online Editor. In this role she oversees the production and editing of articles in several sections of the paper, as well as writing features on a wide variety of topics, and spending summers covering agricultural shows throughout Scotland. Brought up on the family farm in Dumfries and Galloway, Kelly can still often be found helping out with her family’s Galloway cattle and Blackface sheep.

Latest articles from Kelly Henaughen

Choosing the right slurry storage: Balancing efficiency and environmental impact

Effective management of slurry is essential for environmental sustainability and efficient farm operations. Various types of slurry stores exist with each offering distinct advantages and disadvantages. Understanding the characteristics and factors for each type is important for farmers looking to optimise their storage systems depending on specific requirements and constraints.