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6th Dec 2018

HealthWelfare

Defra updates African swine fever advice


Defra has updated its advice on how to identify and report African swine fever (ASF). 

5th Dec 2018

NPANews

Forum entry - contingency plans


The latest entry on the forum took issue with the NPA's advice on contingnecy planning in the event of a backlog of pigs on farm. 

5th Dec 2018

NPANews

NPA launches 'The Pork Report' campaign


The NPA has launched a new campaign putting the spotlight on how retailers are supporting the Great British pork industry in the run up to Christmas.

5th Dec 2018

NPANews

Please get your blockbuster NPA anniversary ad to us in good time


NPA celebrates its 20th anniversary next year — 20 years during which it’s been legendary in farming, retail and government circles for its outstanding lobbying and campaigning potency.

4th Dec 2018

Prices

Lack of demand for surplus pigs a cause for concern - NPA


Cheap imports and relatively high demand for RSPCA Assured pigs has resulted in unusually weak demand for surplus Red Tractor pigs. 

4th Dec 2018

HealthWelfare

Watch Zoe explain the impact of African swine fever


In a new video, NPA chief executive Zoe Davies explains how disease like African swine fever (ASF) affect farming and wider rural communities. 

4th Dec 2018

NPANews

Welcome to new AIG member


The NPA extends its welcome to a new member, BCH Solutions.

3rd Dec 2018

NPANews

Two pig industry Nuffield Scholarships among 2019 intake


There were two representatives from the pig industry among the 2019 Nuffield Scholars announced by The Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust (NFST).

3rd Dec 2018

NPANews

Spaces still available for this week's Young NPA National


It's the Young NPA National on Thursday, December 6, and some more places have become available due to late cancellations. 

3rd Dec 2018

NPANews

AHDB completes sale of MLCSL to Hallmark Veterinary Services


AHDB has completed the sale of its carcase classification arm to Hallmark Veterinary Compliance Services for £1.3 million.

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