NSA Welsh Sheep 2015 was staged on 19th May at the Glanmiheli and Drefor farms in Kerry, near Newtown, Powys.
A sell out crowd, overflowing car parks, plenty of good cheer and a wonderful venue meant that NSA Welsh Sheep 2015 was a truly memorable event. Jointly hosted by Geraint and Morton Powell and their families, the day showcased some of the finest livestock farming that Wales has to offer.
Trade stands and show areas were packed, while the seminars were well received. The rainclouds were enough to enable farmers to leave their work at home, while the intermittent spells of sunshine lifted spirits.
The organisers were well pleased with the ‘best ever’ NSA Welsh Sheep show. It is clearly a day that has become one of the highlights of the UK farming calendar.
Sheep Dog trials were among the attractions, and other competitions included the popular Welsh Young Shepherd of the Year Competition, as well as Ready Steady Cook, wool on the hoof and Trade Stand competitions. There was also be a sale of ewe hoggs. Click here for a full list of winners.
NSA Welsh Sheep will return in 2017.