With a shared passion of providing valuable advice to UK sheep farmers, the National Sheep Association and Moredun have a long history of working closely together to ensure a sustainable, healthy and productive UK sheep flock.
With both NSA and Moredun committed to this collaboration both organisations are pleased to announce their continued working relationship for the years ahead offering members of both associations with ongoing access to a package of benefits the affiliation between the two provides.
Dr Beth Wells, knowledge exchange specialist and principal research scientist at Moredun, said: “We are delighted that our valuable partnership with the NSA is continuing and going from strength to strength. We have lots of events planned for this year, working together to ensure our sheep farmers have all the updates on research and practical advice to help their flocks and businesses thrive.”
NSA and Moredun are hosting a series of online webinars this summer on a range of topics meaning everyone can benefit from the advice of Moredun experts and experienced sheep farmers.
The webinar series will take place on:
Thursday, July 7 at 7.30pm: Ticks, tick borne diseases and tick control; and
Tuesday, August 16 at 7:30pm: Sheep scab: how to test, control and quarantine.
NSA chief executive Phil Stocker said: “NSA is, of course, thrilled to continue working with Moredun.
“As a world leading research facility there is no better organisation to go to for information on sheep health that we can confidently pass on to our sheep farming members as advice that can be relied upon to maintain or improve flock health.
“NSA looks forward to working with Moredun this summer and beyond.”