With just two days to go until gates open for NSA Sheep 2022 the National Sheep Association (NSA) has announced that it will be hosting visitors from well beyond the UK at this year’s event, with visitors from at least 10 countries around the world.
NSA said it is thrilled to welcome the international guests given that global trade is a key part of the UK’s trade strategy following its departure from the European Union.
Phil Stocker, NSA chief executive, said: “NSA Sheep 2022 is going to be an outstanding event with a record breaking number of stands and activities.
“We are expecting a strong domestic attendance and I’m delighted to announce that we will also be hosting a good number of visitors from South American nations including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Paraguay and Uruguay, and also the United States, Turkey, and New Zealand. The event, as usual, will also welcome back a number of sheep farming visitors from several EU nations.”