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15th Oct 2018

NPANews

Focus on tails at South Central Autumn Regional meeting


The South Central Autumn Regional meeting takes place on Tuesday night at Newbury, with a focus on tails. 

14th Oct 2018

Prices

Hard Times


Another testing week draws to a close with the SPP still in decline, losing another 0.42p to 146.79p.

12th Oct 2018

NPANews

Future farm support - survey closed


Thank-you to everyone who has responded to our survey on how the pig sector could benefit under a new post-Brexit farm support system. 

12th Oct 2018

NPANews

Ed's Brexit round-up - Agriculture Bill special!


After a quiet summer recess, it has been full steam ahead as far as UK farming and politics are concerned.

12th Oct 2018

HealthWelfare

France to build fence to keep African swine fever out


The French authorities will begin erecting a fence on the Belgian border this weekend to try and keep African swine out of the country.

12th Oct 2018

NPANews

Pig meat sales hold up amid red meat decline


Sales of pigmeat held steady during the 12 weeks ending September 9, as overall red meat sales fell. 

11th Oct 2018

HealthWelfare

Number of confirmed ASF cases in Belgium rises to 75


A total of 75 wild boar have now been confirmed with African swine fever (ASF) in Belgium.

11th Oct 2018

Westminster

MPs echo NPA concerns in Agriculture Bill debate


MPs from across the political spectrum raised issues close to the NPA’s heart as the Agriculture Bill received its Second Reading in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

11th Oct 2018

Westminster

Defra commits another £30 million to Countryside Productivity scheme


Defra has committed a further £30 million for further rounds of the Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme (CPSGS). 

10th Oct 2018

Brussels

Food production must remain at heart of Agriculture Bill


The Agriculture Bill represents a once in a lifetime opportunity to develop a coherent farming policy. But food production must be at its heart. 

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