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NSA Sheep South West 2023


Date: 20th June 2023 Time: 9am Location: Rampisham Manor and Cobham farms, Ramisham, Dorchester, Dorset,

NSA Sheep South West 20232021-11-01T15:41:17+00:00

NSA North Sheep 2023


Date: 7th June 2023 Location: Bradford House Farm, Ponteland, Northumberland, NE20 0HA Following the disappointing

NSA North Sheep 20232021-11-01T15:37:35+00:00

NSA Welsh Sheep 2023


Date: 16th May 2023 Time: 9am Location: Red House, Aberhafesp, Newtown, Powys Following the disappointing

NSA Welsh Sheep 20232021-11-01T15:35:56+00:00

NSA Sheep 2022


Date: 27th July 2022 Location: Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire NSA Sheep 2022 will be

NSA Sheep 20222021-11-01T15:32:56+00:00



Due to the continued uncertainties and restrictions caused by COVID-19, the National Sheep Association’s

NSA SCOTSHEEP – JUNE 20222021-11-01T15:31:52+00:00

NSA Scotsheep 2020


National Sheep Association (NSA) Scotsheep will be the most important specialist event in the

NSA Scotsheep 20202020-02-07T10:51:11+00:00

Countryside Productivity Small Grant Scheme

The RDPE Countryside Productivity Small Grant (CPSG) scheme provides funding for farmers to purchase equipment to improve the productivity of their farm. The scheme is different to other parts of the Countryside Productivity scheme as it uses an online application process and is targeted at supporting investment for specific pieces of agricultural equipment.

Grant Details & Handbook

Targeted Agricultural Modernisation Scheme (TAMS) – Ireland

TAMS II first opened in June 2015 and is set to run until December 2020. This scheme is co-funded by the EU and the national exchequer under the Rural Development Programme (2014-2020) with a total allocation of over €395m over its duration. TAMS II aims to provide farmers with grant aid to improve and/or build a specific range of farm buildings or purchase equipment that may benefit their farm businesses.

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