A serving NSA Chairman will open his farm gates for an NSA sheep event.
For the first time ever, a serving NSA Chairman and devout Devon farmer Bryan Griffiths and his wife Liz will open their farm gates to host NSA Sheep South West, an NSA sheep event that will take place at Southcott, Burrington on Tuesday, June 18 next year.
“We both hope sheep farmers and industry representatives will ensure the date is highlighted in their 2019 diary so they don’t miss out on what promises to be a valuable and enjoyable day out,” said Bryan.
NSA Chief Executive Phil Stocker comments:
“All at NSA are thrilled Bryan and Liz have offered to welcome visitors to their family farm next year for NSA Sheep South West.
As NSA Chairman, Bryan already juggles his commitment to the association with his busy farming life so to act as host for such a major event shows real dedication and provides a fantastic opportunity for farmers within South West England, and indeed further afield, to take part in a valuable day that an event like this can provide.”
Visitors at next year’s event will enjoy a tour of Bryan and Liz’s farm as well as the usual competitions, demonstrations, seminars and an array of industry specific trade stands that are synonymous with NSA sheep events.