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    The prize draw is open to any UK resident aged 16 or over, who is involved in the sheep industry.

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Thursday 28th July 2022
Defra Minister urges farmer participation at NSA Sheep Event 2022
A promise to advocate for farm support – but a push for farmers to both engage with new schemes and promote that engagement – was the message from Victoria Prentis, Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, when she addressed visitors at the National Sheep Association (NSA) Sheep Event yesterday (Wednesday 27th July). “While I am Farming Min...
Thursday 28th July 2022
NSA Sheep Event 2022 attracts crowds looking towards a positive future
Opening its gates for the first time in four years, the National Sheep Association (NSA) Sheep Event 2022 drew crowds from across the UK to enjoy a fantastic day out at the Three Counties Showground, Worcestershire yesterday (Wednesday 27th July). Focussing on a positive future for the sector, the Associations flagship event attracted prominent names from industry to lead sem...
Wednesday 27th July 2022
NSA warns of threat posed to ‘interconnected and multifunctional’ sheep farming by silo mentality
At its flagship Sheep Event today (Wednesday 27th July), the National Sheep Association (NSA) called for sheep farming to be recognised for all it delivers – not least for its incredible interconnectedness and multifunctionality. Speaking specifically about the risk of ‘silo thinking’ by policymakers, NSA Chief Executive Phil Stocker, said: “We encouragingly hear talk of land...
Wednesday 27th July 2022
Three key industry contributions honoured at NSA Sheep Event dinner
The National Sheep Association (NSA) brought together more than 480 people to celebrate the UK sheep sector at a special dinner last night (Tuesday 26th July) – and used the function to recognise years of tireless work by three key industry contributors. Held the evening before NSA Sheep 2022 at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire, the NSA Sheep Industry Di...
Monday 25th July 2022
NSA Sheep Event attracts a global crowd
With just two days to go until gates open for NSA Sheep 2022 the National Sheep Association (NSA) is delighted to announce that it will be hosting visitors from well beyond the UK at this year’s event, with visitors from at least 10 countries around the world. NSA is thrilled to welcome the international guests given that global trade is a key part of the UK’s trade strategy f...
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