NSA Sheep 2010, the industry’s biennial initiative, will be staged at the Three Counties Show Ground, Malvern on Tuesday 3 August by the National Sheep Association and co-organiser, the Three Counties Agricultural Society.
The event, which is the largest of its kind for the UK sheep industry, is once again expecting thousands of sheep farmers. It will build on its previous success and offer all visitors a wealth of opportunities for learning and discussion.
“NSA Sheep 2010 will feature NSA’s core themes: health and welfare, trade and marketing, genetics and technology and transfer and environment and conservation,” explains the Association’s chairman, Jonathan Barber. “In addition, there will be a strong pedigree presence complemented by extra emphasis on export opportunities. We also have plans for a series of informative seminars complementing the wide range of educational and commercial trade stands to offer the complete package for all sheep producers.”
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