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August 30, 2021
The American Berkshire Association and National Swine Registry are excited to announce that beginning January 1, 2022, all association events will be held collaboratively, starting with the 2022 Winter Type Conference and Southeast Regional in Perry, Georgia that will be held January 18-22, 2022. With this partnership, ABA will be participating in all NSR Open Shows and Sales.
Additionally, the American Berkshire Association will become an invested partner in the National Junior Swine Association, and all ABA junior members will have the opportunity to participate in all NJSA events. ABA junior members are also welcomed to participate in NJSA leadership and educational opportunities such as the NJSA Junior Board of Directors, National Youth Leadership Conference, scholarships, and contests.
Effective January 1, 2022, the American Berkshire Association will be participating in all National Swine Registry and National Junior Swine Association events including Winter Type Conference, Southeast Regional, Southwest Type Conference, The Draft, The Exposition, Summer Type Conference, National Junior Summer Spectacular, Southwest Regional, National Barrow Show, National Barrow Show Junior Classic, Simply Southern, Eastern Regional, Fall Classic and Western Regional.
“The American Berkshire Association and National Swine Registry are looking forward to this partnership and continuing to provide members with beneficial resources and venues to exhibit and merchandise their swine,” the associations said in a release.
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