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15th Jun 2017

HealthWelfare

New antibiotic label must not be used as gimmick - NPA


The NPA has given its response to a new label on bacon informing consumers pigs have been ‘Raised Without Antibiotics’.

14th Jun 2017

Westminster

Raymond calls for collaborative approach to Brexit


NFU president Meurig Raymond has called on the Government to adopt a collaborative approach to Brexit, after its electoral setback. 

13th Jun 2017

Westminster

Eustice re-appointed to Defra role


George Eustice has been re-appointed as a Defra Minister to serve under Michael Gove in Theresa May’s new-look Government.

13th Jun 2017

NPANews

Members area - urgent update for East Anglian farmers


NPA members in the East Anglia region, particularly outdoor producers, are urged to view an urgent update in the members' area.  

13th Jun 2017

Westminster

NFU letter to Gove stresses importance of good Brexit deal


The NFU has written to new Defra Secretary Michael Gove, stressing the importance of a good Brexit deal for UK agriculture.

13th Jun 2017

NPANews

More problems at RSPCA as chief executive departs


The RSPCA’s chief executive Jeremy Cooper has left his position after just one year in the role, indicating further turmoil at the charity.

12th Jun 2017

Westminster

NPA responds to Gove appointment


The NPA has responded to the surprise appointment of Michael Gove as Defra Secretary, promising to work with him to secure a fair deal for the pig industry. 

11th Jun 2017

Westminster

Gove in at Defra


One of the biggest names in British politics, Michael Gove, has been appointed as Secretary of State at Defra in a surprise return to frontline politics.

9th Jun 2017

Prices

Prices moving on up... but approaching a plateau?


Another positive day for sellers and, although prices are approaching a plateau for the time being, pig numbers remain tight and demand is firm.

9th Jun 2017

HealthWelfare

Game-changing new technology could reduce need for antibiotics in pigs - and humans


New research could open the door to a ‘game-changing’ new approach to tackling disease in pigs and humans, reducing global reliance on antibiotics. 

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