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NSA Breakfast Club - One piece of the global puzzle: the lowdown on what COP26 means for UK sheep farming

As the COP26 conference is in full swing, we will look at what the outcomes of the conference will mean for UK sheep farming

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NSA Breakfast Club

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As the UK has been on lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic many organisations, including the NSA have offered support and training through online platforms such as webinars, virtual events and podcasts.

Please find below NSA's most recent webinars featuring industry partners and experts. We hope you find the content of value.

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In addition to those featured below, NSA also partnered with The Moredun Institue and Elanco to deliver a webinar on sustainable parasite control back in July 2020. This webinar was recorded by Elanco and features on their own website here.

A shepherd's overseas adventure: a morning report from two NSA travel bursary recipients

https://www.nationalsheep.org.uk/events/reports/30859/nsa-breakfast-club-a-shepherds-overseas-adventure-a-morning-report-from-two-nsa-travel-bursary-recipients/With people not travelling much further than the end of their farm tracks at the moment, there was a welcome international feel to the NSA Breakfast Club this morning (Wednesday 10th February).

Young sheep farmers Marie Prebble and Charlie Beaty talked webinar attendees through the overseas trips they made in late 2019 and early 2020 as part of the NSA Samuel Wharry Memorial Award (SWMA) for the Next Generation. The two won the award on the strength of their research topics, spending time on international travel and pulling together meaningful reports on their findings.

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