We’ve all come across a great agronomist at some point in our farming careers. Well, Neil is that, to me. He’s the guy who’s got all the knowledge and expertise behind the Willow crop. He’s done so much research and work with government and environment organisations to make sure he’s sourced the best cultivars, to make sure he’s using the least toxic chemicals; whatever it is, he’s always got the environment and the crop at the heart of the interest. I think the comparison is like this: where you’re growing your wheat or your barley and you know you’ve got a great agronomist, you hang on to him.