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John CameronJohn Cameron - Honorary President of The Moredun Foundation

Widely credited as the one-time largest sheep farmer in Europe, John owned seven farms in Fife and West Perthshire. He sold the five farms in Fife, covering 37,000 acres, in 2006 while still retaining two farms in West Perthshire.

John is Past President of the National Farmers Union of Scotland and a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Society. He was awarded a CBE for his work in Scottish farming and was appointed as Hononary President of Moredun in January 2008.


His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry - Honorary Vice President of The Moredun FoundationDuke of Buccleuch and Queensberry

The Buccleuch family, the largest landowners in Scotland, has long been associated with Moredun. The current Duke’s great grandfather, the 7th Duke of Buccleuch was appointed the first Honorary President of the Animal Diseases Research Association (the original name of the Moredun Foundation) when it was formed in 1920. His grandfather and his father then went on to take the position until the 9th Duke passed away in September 2007. The current Duke was appointed Hononary Vice president at the Foundation AGM in September 2009.


Ian Duncan MillarIan Duncan Millar - Chairman of The Moredun Foundation

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Professor Sandy TreesProfessor Lord Trees - Chairman of the Moredun Research Institute

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John MackinnonJohn Mackinnon - Chairman of Moredun Scientific                        

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Gareth BairdGareth Baird - Chairman of Pentlands Science Park Ltd

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