NSA North Sheep – 5th June 2019
The National Sheep Association (NSA) has announced that one of the UK Sheep industry’s main biennial events, NSA North Sheep, will be hosted by Frankland Farms at New Hall Farm, Rathmell, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 0AJ.
Frankland Farms is a family farming enterprise, with the partnership headed by brothers Richard and Chris Frankland. Farming 900 acres across three holdings they have a flock of 1200 sheep, 1200 head of Suckler Cattle plus 350 replacement and store cattle and they milk 220 head of dairy cattle. Their sheep farming enterprise focusses on producing top quality prime lambs, from Texel cross and Mule ewes put to Beltex rams. This is a strategy that works, and the Frankland family are noted for producing exceptional quality lambs which are regularly seen winning the weekly prime stock shows and topping their local markets in Skipton and Bentham.