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An online Breakfast Club aims to help sheep producers adjust to a new way of working following the end of the Brexit transition period.

An online Breakfast Club aims to help sheep producers adjust to a new way of working following the end of the Brexit transition period.

Launched by the National Sheep Association, the club will bring farmers together for a weekly online breakfast seminar. The webinars will be held on four consecutive Wednesdays starting at 8.30am on 20 January.

Each week, the one-hour webinar will see industry leaders and experts deliver concise and useful information to help sheep farmers improve their businesses during what continues to be an uncertain time for the sector.

The webinars will include NSA office holders and corporate supporters. NSA chief executive Phil Stocker said: “We hope they will be engaging and useful short sessions that can be enjoyed over breakfast before the day’s jobs really begin.”

The four sessions will cover changes to existing UK trade deals, the future of UK farm support, the Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme and a focus on differences to legislation between the UK’s four devolved nations.

For full details, visit www.bit.ly/sheepbreakfast.