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10th Jul 2019

NPANews

Extending isotope testing will improve consumer trust in pork, Lizzie tells Farming Today


Rolling out isotope testing more widely will help improve consumer trust in the meat they buy, the NPA’s Lizzie Wilson has explained in a BBC interview.

10th Jul 2019

HealthWelfare

Update from Great Yorkshire Show


Initial results for the pig that caused all the pig classes at the Great Yorkshire Show to be cancelled have come back negative.

9th Jul 2019

NPANews

Pig-specific grant funding available for ammonia monitoring, CCTV and more


Defra grants will be available to pig prodcers for the first for ammonia monitoring, CCTV and weighing and handling systems. 

9th Jul 2019

NPANews

NPA Autumn Regional dates announced


The dates for this year's NPA Autumn Regional meetings can be found in the events section of the website. 

8th Jul 2019

HealthWelfare

Pig classes cancelled at Great Yorkshire Show


There will be no pig classes at this year's Great Yorkshire Show, following a suspected case of disease at a recent show.

8th Jul 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


There is an important update in the Members' Area regarding animal rights activism. 

8th Jul 2019

NPANews

@GBpork - celebrating Great British Pork!


Andrea Vickers explains how the NPA's Great British Pork social media pages aim to inform, inspire and, above all, celebrate a great product.

5th Jul 2019

Brussels

Porkwatch survey highlights mixed support for British pork products among retailers


The May Porkwatch survey showed a mixed picture among retailers in terms of their support for British pork products. 

5th Jul 2019

Brussels

NPA welcomes extension of isotope testing


AHDB is extending isotope testing on pork to include local butcher shops.

4th Jul 2019

HealthWelfare

Philippines bans German pork imports over ASF fears


Europe is certainly fearful of pork imports from Asia, but it appears the opposite also rings true, after the Philippines banned meat imports from Germany.

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