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NSA Scotland, the Scottish Region of the National Sheep Association

NSA Scotland - Lynx in Scotland


This webinar was targeted at NSA Scotland members and wider Scottish sheep farmers and crofters to gain information on Lynx in general, why reintroduction is being discussed, the study currently being carried out in the Cairngorms National Park, and to enquire further on matters relating to Lynx.

Get in touch with NSA Scottish Region Coordinator, Grace Reid ([email protected]) for a link to the recording. 


*NEW* - NSA Scotland Chairman's Blog

Have a look below in our Latest News section to read our Chairman's Blog - June 2021.

The Day NSA Scotsheep Should Have Been! Webinar

Thursday 29th May seen the day NSA Scotsheep should have been. Accompanying various social media posts and Facebook stories was a dedicated webinar held by NSA Scottish Region to mark the day. "Whit’s fur ye’ll no go by ye! - The challenge of establishing and future proofing sheep farming in Scotland” seen NSA Scottish Region Chair Jen Craig host the evening with panel members consisting of NSA Scottish Region Coordinator Grace Reid, NSA Scotsheep Hosts Robert and Hazel Mc Nee and Brian Richardson, UK Head of Agriculture, CYBG Plc.

Have a look at the recording below!

The Day NSA Scotsheep Should Have Been!

Despite having postponed for another year due to Covid-19, NSA Scotland look forward to welcoming all members, supporters and stakeholders to next year's NSA Scotsheep on the new date of Wednesday 01 June 2022.

Have a look at the taster session below for an idea on the fantastic venue of Hazel and Robert McNee's Over Finlarg Farm, Dundee!

Don't miss out!


NSA Scotland would sincerely like to thank Fergus Ewing MSP for his hard work, determination and positive relationship in the years previous as his role of Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism.

We look forward to working together with, Mairi Gougeon MSP, the new Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Islands, to ensure that the Scottish sheep industry is represented in full going forward and to address pressing issues affecting our members.

Further information can be found below in the Latest News Section