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17th Apr 2018

NPANews

More Countryfile reaction on the forum


Reaction to Sunday's Countryfile programme continues to come in on the NPA's forum.  

16th Apr 2018

NPANews

Your chance to make your voice heard on the future of farming!


The NPA is seeking your views to inform our response to Defra’s Command Paper on the future of food and farming.

16th Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

Countryfile - reaction to last night's programme


There has been plenty of reaction to last night's Countryfile feature on welfare standards on pig farms and consumer buying habits. 

16th Apr 2018

Brussels

Reminder - South Central Spring Regional on Tuesday night


The South Central Spring Regional meeting takes place in Newbury on Tuesday evening, April 17.

13th Apr 2018

NPANews

Future of the industry - answer key questions here!


We are going to be posting questions on the forum over the next few days to inform our response to Defra's Command paper. 

13th Apr 2018

Prices

On the Road Again


Although prices may be on something of an upward curve, the SPP took a mysterious downward step losing 0.97p to stand at 144.88p.

13th Apr 2018

NPANews

BPISG's 'Bunker Gang' will be reunited tonight at a secret location in deepest Yorkshire 


The Bunker Gang will be meeting at a secret location in deepest Yorkshire tonight, when members will look back in anger... 

13th Apr 2018

Prices

Cranswick report calls for supply chain transparency


Leading pork processor Cranswick has called for greater transparency across the food supply chain in response to growing concern over how their food is produced.

13th Apr 2018

NPANews

Forum entry: Kenniford super sow - guess the number of piglets


The latest forum entry is from Andrew Freemantle, of Kenniford Farm, in Devon. 

12th Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

Defra planning changes to animal transport rules


Defra is considering a ban on live exports alongside further changes that could also affect movements of livestock within the UK.

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