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27th Nov 2017

Environment

Webinar tonight to explain permitting changes


AHDB and the Environment Agency (EA) are hosting a webinar tonight to explain how changes to environmental permitting could affect pig producers.

27th Nov 2017

Westminster

MPs highlight concerns of pig sector over EU labour


A cross-party group of MPs has reiterated the NPA's concerns over future access to EU labour during a parliamentary reception. 

26th Nov 2017

NPANews

Brexit challenges mean we must be on top of our game, says south-central candidate


Another producer has this weekend put his name forward for election to NPA Producer Group, the first, so far, from south-central region.

24th Nov 2017

Prices

The Way We Were


Very much a case of 'as you were' as far as pig prices are concerned with the influential German producer price remaining unchanged for a fifth week running.

24th Nov 2017

NPANews

Ed's Brexit round-up


This week was one of great interest, not because of what has happened, but because of what could happen as Brexit issues begin to unfold.

24th Nov 2017

NPANews

Election gets off to a scorching start... because it's the economy, stupid


Brexit signals political turmoil for pig producers, but it’s a fair bet the real impetus behind the interest in the NPA elections is the pig cycle.

24th Nov 2017

Prices

UK pork plants given green light for Chinese trotter exports


Three major UK pork plants have been given green light to start shipping trotters to China.

23rd Nov 2017

Brussels

Last chance to book for Young NPA meal


Today is your last and final chance to book a place for the evening meal at the Young NPA National on December 7 in London. 

23rd Nov 2017

HealthWelfare

Gove - Government committed to highest standards of animal welfare


Defra Secretary Michael Gove has insisted the Government remains committed to the very highest standards of animal welfare. 

22nd Nov 2017

HealthWelfare

PM intervenes in animal sentience furore


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies has called for balance in the reaction to the vote on recognising animal sentience in UK law post Brexit.

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