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8th Nov 2019

Brussels

Ed's Election round-up


Ed Barker on the state of play as the General Election gets underway. Find out what the NPA will be up and how Ed thinks things will pan out.  

7th Nov 2019

NPANews

Members Area update - security advice


An update to our advice about pig farm security has been posted in the Members' Area. 

7th Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

NPA updates African swine fever information


The NPA has updated its African swine fever (ASF) briefing and refreshed the ASF section. 

6th Nov 2019

Brussels

Third countries reassured on ASF risk of PAP products


The meat industry by-products sector has sought to reassure third countries that imports of processed animal proteins (PAPs) and animal fats pose no ASF risk. 

6th Nov 2019

NPANews

Hugh joins the board of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers


Farmex’s managing director Hugh Crabtree has been appointed to the board of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE).

5th Nov 2019

NPANews

Anna to showcase British pork in red meat campaign


Anna Longthorp, who runs Anna's Happy Trotters, in East Yorkshire, will help showcase British pork, as part of a wider red meat campaign during November. 

4th Nov 2019

NPANews

Deadline to accept Defra grants approaching


Producers who have successfully applied for Defra Countryside Productivity Small Grants have until November 10 to accept their offers. 

1st Nov 2019

NPANews

Ed talks African swine fever on the World Service


NPA senior policy adviser Ed Barker has been interviewed for the BBC World Service about the spread of African swine fever (ASF). 

1st Nov 2019

HealthWelfare

Antibiotics must be used optimally, not minimally - RUMA


While further reductions in antibiotic use in the pig sector are expected, the emphasis must now move towards achieving sustainable levels of use, according to RUMA. 

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