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7th Dec 2016

Westminster

Contribution of migrant labour recognised in Food and Farming Awards


The contribution made by migrant labour to the UK agricultural economy has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.

6th Dec 2016

Environment

Grants available to protect water abstraction points


Grants are available from a number of water suppliers and river trusts to help protect water abstraction points.

5th Dec 2016

Environment

Proposed Red Tractor changes - what they mean for farmers


Pig World has taken a detailed look at what the proposed changes to Red Tractor standards will mean for producers. 

5th Dec 2016

NPANews

NPA advertising for new senior policy advisor


Interested in working for the National Pig Association? We are advertsing for an important new role. 

4th Dec 2016

NPANews

NPA awards success 'proudest and most uplifting experience in a long time'


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies has described the association's success at last month's National Pig Awards as her 'proudest and most uplifting experience in a long time'.

3rd Dec 2016

Environment

Hands up and a huge apology - Soil Association chief executive attempts to repair damage


The Soil Association's chief executive has issued a 'huge apology' over a tweet that suggested conventional farmers were 'abusing' animals. 

2nd Dec 2016

Environment

New NVZ designations for England announced


Defra has announced details of new Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ) designations that will apply in England between 2017 and 2020. 

2nd Dec 2016

Westminster

Single Market access prospects grow - but at a cost


Brexit Secretary David Davis has revealed the Government might be prepared to pay to access the Single Market, after we leave the EU.

2nd Dec 2016

NPANews

Animal rights activity - update


We have a further update on the actions of animal rights campaigners targeted at the pig sector. 

1st Dec 2016

NPANews

AHDB Pork proposes additional £1m promotional spend


AHDB Pork is proposing to spend an extra £1m on promoting British pork under a new three-year strategy for the sector, launched today. 

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