THE National Sheep Association (NSA) has announced Prince Charles as the winner of the 2012 George Hedley Memorial Award, which is presented each year to an individual for their contribution to the sheep sector.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Sheep Association (Malvern, Worcestershire, UK)
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- National Snow Analyses (US NOAA)
- National Society of Accountants
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the National Sheep Association (NSA) called it an "absolute disgrace" and urged the FSA to rethink the campaign.
The National Sheep Association (NSA) took the sheep to London to support Campaign for Wool's exhibition in the west wing of Somerset House - and their presence not only provided a massive draw for the exhibition, but also created the opportunity for NSA and a team of volunteers to talk to visitors about the many roles sheep perform, as well as providing wool.
And he has been praised by the National Sheep Association for 'enlightening' the Government about the illegal trade.
The decision was attacked by John Thorley, chief executive of the National Sheep Association, who said that similar shows in Scotland and Wales were allowing his members to attend.
The decision was attacked by John Thorley, chief executive of the National Sheep Association, who said the Scottish and Welsh shows were allowing his members to attend.
The National Sheep Association said the problems were caused by new rules imposed on farmers.
Heather Stoney, pictured, has been appointed as assistant organiser of the biennial National Sheep Association event, to support organiser Julie Sedgewick.