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2nd May 2017

Westminster

NFU lays out its election priorities


The NFU has set out five key policy challenges for prospective parliamentary candidates to adopt to Back British Farming ahead of the General Election.

2nd May 2017

HealthWelfare

Elanco launches new PWD vaccine


Elanco Animal Health has launched a new vaccine in the UK and Ireland that it describes as a ‘major breakthrough’ in the fight against PWD.

30th Apr 2017

Brussels

Looking to export? Workshop to be held in Birmingham this week


A workshop providing guidance for companies looking to move into export markets will be held in Birmingham this week.

28th Apr 2017

Prices

Up, up and away - Peter Crichton commentary


The SPP has continued on its remarkable 13 month rally, which has seen it climb from the depths of 112p in March 2016 to 156.16p.

27th Apr 2017

Westminster

MPs warn of labour crisis unless urgent action is taken  


A committee of MPs has warned current labour shortages across the agricultural sector could become a crisis unless urgent measures are taken.

26th Apr 2017

NPANews

Forum update - have you removed zinc from your rations?


AHDB Pork wants to hear from producers who have successfully removed Zinc Oxide from their rations.

25th Apr 2017

Prices

Asda and Tesco lead retail trend towards more bacon imports


Asda and Tesco have significantly increased the volume of imported bacon on their shelves as overall volumes of British bacon on retail shelves fall back year-on-year.

24th Apr 2017

NPANews

Tuesday's South West spring regional to continue antibiotic focus


The final NPA spring regional meeting, which takes place in Exeter on Tuesday night, will continue the focus on antiobiotics. 

24th Apr 2017

PlanningHousing

Farmers' views sought in survey on planning process


Farmers' views are being sought as the NFU carries out a survey on the planning application process in England.

21st Apr 2017

Prices

Mind the Gap - Peter Crichton commentary


Prices have continue their upward track, with the SPP putting on another 1.11p to stand at 155.58p.

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