NSA Regional Development Officer steps down after years of hard work

13th February 2019

After some 20 years of service to the National Sheep Association (NSA) and the Scottish sheep industry, holding various NSA roles including regional chairman, policy officer, regional manager and regional development officer, George Milne has stepped down.

Phil Stocker, NSA Chief Executive, says: “NSA is very grateful to the work George has done over the years. He is a familiar face and name both within the Scottish sheep sector and further afield, which is a testament to everything he has done to provide a voice for his fellow sheep farmers on an incredible range of issues affecting their lives and businesses. We wish him well in his next step and are sure his strong links within agriculture will ensure his knowledge and experience will continue to benefit the sector.”

NSA Scottish Region is holding its Annual Regional Members Meeting today (Wednesday 13thFebruary), where new officeholders will be elected. The results of this will be communicated as soon as possible and, in the meantime, NSA members and partners can contact Phil Stocker, NSA Chief Executive, or John Fyall, retiring NSA Scottish Region Chairman, about the work of NSA and NSA Scottish Region.