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10th Sep 2019

HealthWelfare

New pig welfare code published in parliament


Defra has laid before parliament the long-awaited welfare Code for pigs that delivers updated legal requirements and guidance to producers.

9th Sep 2019

HealthWelfare

Philippines confirms African swine fever


The Philippines has become the latest country in Asia to confirm an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF).

9th Sep 2019

NPANews

Search begins for the champion sausage


The NPA’s Andrea Vickers was busy tasting sausages last week, as judging for UK Sausage Week got underway.

9th Sep 2019

HealthWelfare

We need your views on lorry washing facilities


Have you been to the abattoir or market lately? If so we want to hear what the lorry washing facilities were like.

6th Sep 2019

Environment

'We have a responsibility to source soya responsibly'


Progress is being made across the supply chain to source soya more responsibly, but there is still some way to go. 

6th Sep 2019

NPANews

Farm activism - important message to members


Members are asked to click through to the members' area of the website to view an important message from the NPA. 

6th Sep 2019

Brussels

UK to adopt EU standards post-Brexit - Defra Minister


The UK will take on all EU food safety, environmental and animal welfare standards on leaving the EU, a Defra Minister has revealed. 

6th Sep 2019

NPANews

Last day to vote for the NPA Allied Member of the Year Award


Make sure you get your vote in for the NPA’s coveted Allied Industry Member of the Year award today!

5th Sep 2019

Brussels

Brexit latest - what exactly is going on?


Events continue to move at a bewildering pace in Westminster. Here we try and summarise what it all means.

5th Sep 2019

Brussels

Communicating with the next generation of consumers


Tom Martin, better known as Farmer Tom, urges pig producers to get involved in an initiative that connects farmers to the next generation of consumers

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