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8th Dec 2017

Prices

Do They Know It's Christmas?


Not a great deal of Christmas spirit in the air as far as pig prices are concerned with the SPP continuing its downward drift. 

8th Dec 2017

HealthWelfare

Progress made in developing new livestock traceability system


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies is working with Defra and other industry stakeholders to design a future livestock traceability system to replace eAML2.

7th Dec 2017

NPANews

Tributes paid to Ian Brisby


Tributes have been paid to Ian Brisby, described as a ‘great innovator’ in our industry, who has died at the age of 71.

6th Dec 2017

Brussels

Urgent alert for members in Norfolk area


We have received information that could be of great importance to members in the Norfolk area. 

6th Dec 2017

HealthWelfare

Well-known academic honoured for contribution to pig welfare


Professor Sandra Edwards has been recognised for her ‘immense contribution’ to pig farming and animal welfare. 

6th Dec 2017

Prices

Global pork price on downward trend


While the average global pork export price peaked in the third quarter of 2017, it has now begun a downward trend.

6th Dec 2017

HealthWelfare

RUMA announces new director general


Former AHDB director of Knowledge Exchange Chris Lloyd has been announced as the new secretary general of the Responsible Use of Medicines (RUMA) alliance. 

6th Dec 2017

NPANews

We must make sure Brexit is a success for pig producers 


NPA’s east region has its first candidate for Producer Group’s New Year election. Online polling booths open Monday January 22, by the way.

6th Dec 2017

NPANews

Zoetis vet stands for election to Allied Industry Group 


Allied trades are now fielding eight candidates in the NPA elections. Latest to toss her high-achiever hat in the ring is Zoetis' Laura Hancox.

5th Dec 2017

NPANews

Discussion group to explore Brexit threats and opportunities


The NPA's Ed Barker will outline the opportunities and threats presented by Brexit at a meeting of the Suffolk Pig Discussion Group on Wednesday.

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