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24th Jul 2017

NPANews

Farm Safety Week launched with some sobering figures and the Pub Landlord


Thirty people were killed on farms in 2016/17, according to figures released by the HSE to mark the start of Farm Safety Week.

24th Jul 2017

NPANews

Farming Ambassadors wanted for Countryfile Live


A call has gone out for Farming Ambassadors to help out at next month's Countryfile Live event at Blenheim Palace, in Oxfordshire. 

24th Jul 2017

Prices

More than 100 jobs at stake as Tulip acts to keep King's Lynn open


Tulip is proposing to shed more than 100 jobs at its King’s Lynn factory, following heavy losses last year.

24th Jul 2017

NPANews

Members' forum update


A comment has been posted on the members' forum about some of the recent activity by animal rights activists.  

21st Jul 2017

Prices

Hang On In There


Although some spot prices have eased back a shade, most stood on and the SPP continues its long-running rally. 

21st Jul 2017

Westminster

Ed's Brexit Round-up


The NPA's newest recruit summarises the key developments on Brexit in Westminster and beyond over the past week. 

21st Jul 2017

Westminster

Gove prioritises environmental payments under CAP replacement


Michael Gove has outlined his plans for a 'Green Brexit', including a domestic agricultural policy that rewards farmers for environmental work.

21st Jul 2017

NPANews

Members area - activist update


We have a further update in the members area on the latest actions of animal rights groups.

21st Jul 2017

Westminster

Farmers are still struggling with mobile phone coverage


Farmers are still struggling with mobile phone coverage and access to reliable internet with many experiencing poor connection.

20th Jul 2017

HealthWelfare

Chief vet praises collaborative approach to pig health and welfare


Chief Veterinary Officer Nigel Gibbens has welcomed the collaborative approach adopted by the pig industry in identifying and acting on threats to herd health. 

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