NSA Breakfast Club pauses for lambing break
10th March 2021
As a method of providing timely updates to the nations sheep farmers, the National Sheep Association’s (NSA) ‘Breakfast Club’ that launched at the beginning of 2021 has attracted industry leaders delivering interesting webinars to engaged audiences.
The successful series has so far covered topics ranging from an update on UK sheep farming policy by Farming Minister Victoria Prentis to an exploration of sheep farming across the globe from two young enthusiastic sheep farmers having completed study tours.
As a webinar targeted at sheep farmers in the UK the NSA Breakfast Club will now take a month’s break whilst the nation's shepherds turn their attention to lambing their flocks. The series will return again in its new monthly slot on Wednesday 7th April to debate the role of permanent pasture for sheep flocks, discussing whether focus should be placed on pushing production numbers or prioritising the environment. Interested parties can pre-register for the morning webinar on the NSA website www.nationalsheep.org.uk/webinars with further details on the line up of speakers to be announced very soon.
NSA Chief Executive Phil Stocker comments: “We have been delighted to be able to host such interesting webinars so far this year and are grateful to the many leading names from industry that have joined us. As the webinar series moves to its new regular monthly date of the first Wednesday of each month at 8.30am in the morning we hope that the audiences we have attracted so far will return to pick up where the interesting discussion sessions have left off.”
All webinars from the NSA Breakfast Club series are now available to watch again on the NSA website at www.nationalsheep.org.uk/webinars.
Further enquiries should be made to e[email protected]