NSA Sheep Event is a highly commended event that has grown in strength over the years. It is a huge draw for sheep farmers from across the UK, pulling large numbers of visitors from the Midlands, South West England and Wales, as well as further afield. It is also used by industry organisations as a destination for inward trade missions from around the globe, alongside international visitors who travel to the event independently.
The beauty of the event is that it is a business-to-business trade event but with a friendly feel and community atmosphere. It is an enjoyable day out for attendees to socialise at, as well as pick up new skills, increase their knowledge and make serious business decisions and purchases. Companies and organisations that take trade stand space frequently comment on this unique mix and how conducive it is for them to do business.
Bookings are now open for exhibitors at NSA Sheep Event 2020. Download details of the exhibitor opportunities at the bottom of this page.
The Three Counties Showground is a great setting for the event, with indoor trade stands located in the Wye and Avon Halls, and outdoor trade stands on the facing grassy area.
NSA knows the success of the NSA Sheep Event relies on the support of sponsors and exhibitors – the event would not be what it is without you and we are very grateful for the 250+ companies that take trade space and contribute to the buzz and enthusiasm on the day. The event particularly attracts a lot of young people, and NSA is committed to encouraging and nurturing this, as well as doing what is best for the NSA Sheep Event, to ensure we have an industry and an event that is sustainable and relevant.
NSA is a membership organisation that represents the views and interests of sheep farmers throughout the UK. It is mainly funded by membership subscriptions, and any profit made on additional activities, such as NSA Sheep Event, is reinvested in the organisation’s work providing a voice for the sheep sector. Supporting the NSA Sheep Event benefits the entire industry, as well as the individual businesses involved.
The NSA Sheep Event is one not to be missed. Every other year it is that one special event like no other and the Shearwell Data stand is always inundated with sheep farmers and industry sector business, including international people as well. If you are in any way involved with the sheep industry then there will be something new for you to see, understand and evaluate. It is also a very happy event with like-minded people meeting and sharing views on the common ground we all share. There will be many new products being shown, which are all aimed at making businesses more competitive and easier to manage. Shearwell Data puts this specialist sheep show at the very top of the rankings when deciding what to sponsor and support. Richard Webber, Shearwell Data Director
The NSA Sheep Event is a not-to-be-missed opportunity of meeting sheep farmers at a one day event showcasing products and ideas – some new, some tried and proven, but all specific to the industry we support. Sheep farmers and shepherds travel from all parts of the country I guarantee every person there has a vested interest in the sheep industry. We have supported and will continue to support the NSA at all its sheep events to maintain and further our relationship with new and existing customers – and everyone will be welcomed on our stand, if only for a coffee and biscuits. Jonathan Guy, JG Animal Health
The British Texel Sheep Society values the many opportunities the NSA Sheep Event offers, not least the chance to interact with its members and many commercial users of Texel sheep from across the UK. The event provides the ultimate one stop shop for anyone with an interest in sheep production and the Texel Society is proud to be a long-term supporter of the event. Exhibiting at the event provides the society with the opportunity to promote the breed to both a UK and overseas audience, and the opportunity to meet international delegates and contacts from across all sectors of the UK sheep industry, including research scientists, academics, consultants, vets and others associated with sheep production, is an invaluable one. John Yates, Texel Sheep Society Chief Executive