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Texel scholarships offer up to £3000 for study trips

Scholarship The Society recognizes the value of education, experience and travel to improve understanding of the sheep industry supply chain and with it the co-existence of successful businesses. As part of its charitable activities the…

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11th April 2012

Texels to defend Northumberland Show Title

Immediate past Society president Gordon Gray and family will be early out of the blocks for this year’s show season when they attempt a defence of their champion of champions crown at this year’s Northumberland…

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4th April 2012

New PSGHS Website Launch

Premium Sheep and Goat Health Schemes PSGHS Website Sheep farmers looking for Texels of high health status can search for them on the website for SAC’s Premium Sheep and Goat Health Schemes. The website, www.psghs.co.uk,…

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4th April 2012

Visitors from Norway

Aubrey and Sue Andrews, Miserden Texels, were delighted to welcome a group of Norwegian farmers, led by Ole Andreas, to visit their Texel flock last week. The eleven farmers and some wives were in England…

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2nd April 2012

Ronnie Sym

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of Ronnie Sym on Tuesday March 28th. Ronnie ran one of the Societies very earliest registered flocks, originally registered with the flock code…

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28th March 2012

English Red Meat Industry Vital to Economy

England, UK – A thriving English red meat industry makes a net contribution of £1.67 billion to the economy making it crucial to a swift recovery, a new study has found. The Real Value of…

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23rd March 2012

Welsh sheep numbers on the rise

The Welsh sheep numbers have risen for the first time in a decade, according to new figures from Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC). The 2011 December survey revealed that the number of…

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23rd March 2012

IAH Looks to Develop Schmallenberg Antibody Test

The Institute of Animal Health (IAH)is looking to develop a test that would increase the understanding of the transmission of Schmallenberg virus (SBV). Nancy Mendoza, IAH said that developing this test is a priority for…

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23rd March 2012

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