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6th May 2020

NPANews

Free webinar on Government funding schemes


The Food and Drink Federation is hosting a useful webinar today, presented by Lloyds Bank experts, on the Government's COVID-19 schemes. 

5th May 2020

NPANews

NPA sets out COVID-19 priorities to parliamentary inquiries


The NPA has highlighted the need to keep the pig supply chain moving and the ongoing importance of maintaining international trade in two submissions to parliamentary COVID-19.

5th May 2020

NPANews

Still time to register for NPA Webinar today!


There is still time to register for the second NPA webinar, which will take place at 3pm on today. 

5th May 2020

HealthWelfare

India reports first case of African swine fever


India has reported its first case of African swine fever (AFS), as the virus continues its global spread. 

4th May 2020

NPANews

Marking VE Day - your help wanted!


To mark VE Day, so this week the NPA is asking members to help provide some recollections, memories and pictures of pig production during or after the war.

4th May 2020

Prices

Trading continues to be 'straightforward', but cold stores getting full


While trading continued to be 'relatively straightforward' last week, cold stores are filling up and export markets are a cause for concern, according to TVC. 

4th May 2020

NPANews

What's it like to have a remote Red Tractor inspection?


Following the recent NPA Forum discussion on remote Red Tractor inspections, one producer has kindly forwarded a detailed description of what his inspection entailed.  

1st May 2020

NPANews

2020 National Pig Awards open for entries!


Pig World magazine has announced that the 2020 National Pig Awards are now open for entries.

1st May 2020

Prices

Help!


Pig prices have been something of a curate’s egg today (good in parts) but with the sow trade being a particularly bad egg on this occasion.

30th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Instructions for key workers for getting COVID-19 tests


The Government has issued more information on how key workers, including farmers and the allied industries, can book COVID-19 tests. 

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