The SGA and Spratt’s have enjoyed a strong relationship for many years and company representatives will be at Caledonian Stadium in the highland capital for the AGM on Friday March 3rd.
Spratt’s produce quality feed for working dogs and game birds, catering for nutritional needs at every life stage.
“The SGA is delighted to receive the backing of Spratt’s, who are a well recognised name in the game food world. Many of our members use the company’s products but it is a chance for Spratt’s to engage with more of them. The SGA is also grateful for the backing at a time when organisations and businesses are reacting to the cost-of-living pressures and cutting cloth accordingly,” said SGA Vice Chairman, Peter Fraser.
Members are in for an entertaining morning, with a diverse array of speakers lined up to address attendees.
Cat Barlow will discuss the latest developments with the award winning South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project whilst John Morison will guide members through the process of private venison sales.
Ronnie Rose award winner and author Ian Coghill will discuss moorland politics while GWCT’s Dave Baines will discuss Capercaillie politics- a subject equally as ripe!
Members must have membership details for registration, which begins at 9am, for a 10am start.
Whilst doing so, tell the office staff about your lunch choice, with venison stew and chicken fricassee on the menu.
There will also be a fundraising raffle on the day.
The standard £5 donation towards lunches will be requested on the day.