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Rebecca Mearrns is new president of the Sheep Veterinary Society

During the Sheep Veterinary Society conference on 20 to 22 September 2021, Rebecca Mearrns became the new president for the society

Rebecca Mearrns became the new president of the Sheep Veterinary Society during the Autumn conference held on 20 to 22 September 2021 in Cheltenham.

Rebecca takes over the role from Amanda Carson who becomes senior vice president as Nick Hart retires from the committee. Joining the officials is new Junior Vice President David Wilson.

The Sheep Veterinary Society brings together vets, advisers and flock owners from all over the United Kingdom, Europe and the wider world who are interested in the welfare and production of sheep.

The Society is a forum for education and discussion on all matters relating to sheep health and welfare. It also builds strong links with sheep farmers through the National Sheep Association.

Members of the society and committee are actively involved in many different groups and schemes helping to forge ideas and policies that will have a direct impact upon the future of the sheep farming industry.

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