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9th Jun 2017

NPANews

Trotters to China - query answered


AHDB's Mick Sloyan has provided an update on the moves to secure access for sales of trotters to China. 

8th Jun 2017

Environment

Date for the diary - important environmental permitting meetings


The first in a series of important meetings looking at changes to environmental permitting for pig producers will take place later this month. 

8th Jun 2017

NPANews

General Election Wall of Fame reminder


On polling day, here's a reminder of what's in the NPA manifesto and which candidates are backing the British pig industry. 

7th Jun 2017

Prices

Pigs 2022 event highlights global market drivers for pork


A wealth of lucrative opportunities exist in Asia and the Far East for pork and pigmeat products, more than 200 delegates heard at the Pigs 2022 conference. 

5th Jun 2017

HealthWelfare

PVS confirms new position on Critically Important Antibiotics


The Pig Veterinary Society (PVS) has confirmed it is adopting the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA’s) list of highest-priority Critically Important Antibiotics (CIAs).

5th Jun 2017

HealthWelfare

NPA welcomes reduction in pig industry Colistin usage


The NPA has welcomed new figures suggesting a significant drop in usage by the pig sector of Colistin, an antibiotic of last resort.

5th Jun 2017

Brussels

Farmer confidence falls as Brexit uncertainty looms


The NFU is calling on candidates to make Brexit a success for British farmers as survey results show farmers’ confidence has taken a significant knock.

5th Jun 2017

NPANews

Pigs 2022 - the Opportunities: Industry conference underway this week


One of the biggest events in the pig industry calendar, Pigs 2022 – the Opportunities, organised by Pig World and AHDB Pork, will get underway tomorrow. 

4th Jun 2017

NPANews

Can we export trotters to China yet?


This query has been posted on the forum. Does anybody have an answer?

3rd Jun 2017

Prices

Higher Ground


Pig prices continue on their upward track, with the SPP breaching the 160p barrier and now standing at 160.10p. 

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