NSA Sheep Farmer’s Conference
NSA is proud to present its inaugural Sheep Farmers’ Conference – an important addition to the biennial NSA calendar offering a packed day of high level presentations, optional workshops and networking opportunities.
The new NSA Sheep Farmers’ Conference will take place on Wednesday 25th October 2023 and, in its inaugural year, will focus on sheep health and its links to sustainability, production, and welfare. It will offer a line up of the most experienced and knowledgeable experts from the UK sheep sector, ready to pass on valuable information through various interactive sessions and networking opportunities. Held at the convenient location of the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, very close to road, rail and air links, the day will be relevant and accessible to delegates from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The new event will be the headline feature of NSA’s Health and Welfare week, starting Monday 23rd October.
As with the majority of NSA events, the Sheep Farmers’ Conference will be a biennial event aimed at grassroots sheep farmers. NSA is confident it will be an appreciated addition to the diary, filling a gap for producers wanting practical information set within the bigger political and societal picture of the sheep farming industry.
Tickets for the conference are priced to be affordable for all to attend but are limited in number – so farmers are urged to put the date in the diary now and book tickets available to purchase via the link above. NSA members will be informed first and receive a preferential rate.
Collect CPD points for attending on the day.
RoSA – collect a total of 6 points by attending the whole conference. 1 point has been awarded for the networking and workshop element of the event and additional points can be gathered by attending the sessions, which have been awarded the following points: session one – 2 points, session two – 1 point, session three – 2 points.
AMTRA – collect a total of 22 points by attending the whole conference. Sessions have been awarded the following points: session one – 8 points, session two – 6 points, and session three – 8 points.#