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29th Sep 2017

NPANews

Ed's Brexit round-up


It's been the Labour Party's turn in the spotlight this week. What did the NPA make of Brighton?

27th Sep 2017

NPANews

Company aims to take the fear out of social media


A new company has been set up to help farmers and rural business owners get to grips with social media training. 

26th Sep 2017

Environment

NPA calls on Defra to delay new emissions standards


The NPA is writing to Defra Minster Therese Coffey this week calling on her to delay the introduction of new emissions levels, which could unfairly penalise some pig farmers.

25th Sep 2017

NPANews

Pig Pro launched today


Pig Pro, the new training and development web-based tool for the pig industry, is launched to today.

25th Sep 2017

Prices

New TV pork marketing campaign launches today


A new pork advertising campaign designed to inspire consumers to make pork part of their midweek meal menu, will hit TV screens today (25 September).

22nd Sep 2017

Prices

There may be troubles ahead...


With the SPP still on the drift, losing another 0.59p this week to drop back to 162.33p/kg and German prices falling by a further 4 cents, it will come as no surprise to report that pig values remain on a downward track. 

22nd Sep 2017

NPANews

Ed's Brexit round-up - Florence reaction!


Ed's weekly Brexit roundup on the day Theresa May delivered her big speech. But did it live up Ed's expectations? 

22nd Sep 2017

NPANews

New online training tool goes live on Monday


Pig Pro, the new training and development web-based tool for the pig industry, goes live on Monday. 

21st Sep 2017

Brussels

EU-Canada deal to open up niche export opportunities?


A new trade deal between the EU and Canada could open up small 'niche' opportunities for exporters, according to AHDB Pork. 

21st Sep 2017

Environment

EA to review all environmental permits


The Environment Agency (EA) will review all existing environmental permits over the next four years, in response to new requirements for permit holders. 

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