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27th Apr 2020

Prices

UK pork market still 'relatively unscathed' as EU prices fall


The UK pork market continues to function ‘relatively unscathed’ during the COVID-19 lockdown, according to Thames Valley Cambac.

27th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

RSPCA Assured to roll out virtual assessments


RSPCA Assured is rolling out virtual farm assessments from the start of this week, using streaming platforms to replace physical inspections.

26th Apr 2020

Prices

The Times They are a Changin'


Very much a two tier trade and, although the SPP, crept ahead by 0.37p and now stands at 164p, the picture on the other side of the Channel looks very different.

26th Apr 2020

NPANews

Forum latest - more discussion on remote Red Tractor inspections


The comment keeps coming into the forum on Red Tractor's plans for remote inspections. 

24th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

NPA welcomes provision of COVID-19 tests for farmers and food chain workers


Farmers and other food chain workers in England with COVID-19-like symptoms will now be eligible for tests, as the Government’s extends its testing programme.

24th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Morrisons offers farmer suppliers 5% discount on shopping


Morrisons continues to lead the way in publicly supporting its farmers during the COVID-19 crisis. 

23rd Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

AHDB launches new campaign to promote pulled pork


AHDB has launched a welcome new campaign to encourage people to eat pulled pork at home to help rebalance the pork carcase during the COVID-19 outbreak.

22nd Apr 2020

NPANews

Members Area COVID-19 updates - webinar and key issues document


The Members' Area has been updated with the latest information on COVID-19 and more. 

22nd Apr 2020

NPANews

Members Area alert - update on Red Tractor remote inspections


We have posted some new information on Red Tractor's remote inspection regime in the Members' Area. 

22nd Apr 2020

Environment

Environment Agency sets out its approach to regulation during coronavirus


The Environment Agency has told the NPA that it has sopped routine farm inspections, but officers will still investigate serious pollution incidents

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