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11th Jun 2020

Brussels

Could your business benefit from a pig industry scholar?


AHDB is seeking sponsors for the Pig Industry Scholarship programme, which aims to attract new talent to the industry.

10th Jun 2020

NPANews

Members' Area post - response to Boris


Rebecca Veale has posted an article in the Members' Area responding to comments made by Boris Johnson on farrowing crates and live exports. 

10th Jun 2020

Environment

NPA welcomes extension of climate change scheme


The NPA has welcomed the two-year extension to the current Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme.

9th Jun 2020

Prices

UK pork sector urged to explore new export opportunities amid global market disruption


A complex mix of COVID-19, African swine fever (ASF) and political tensions is creating an uncertain global outlook for the pig sector. 

8th Jun 2020

NPANews

NPA COVID-19 documents updated


Updated versions of the NPA's COVID-19 guidance and key issues documents have been posted in the Members' Area today. 

8th Jun 2020

NPANews

PIC to host global industry update webinar


PIC UK will host a webinar on Wednesday providing an update on the how the global pig industry has responded to recent challenges.

8th Jun 2020

Prices

Pig prices 'moving forward'


Pig prices moved forward last week, with one major adding 3p to its weekly quote and other 'significant outlets' following suit, according to Thames Valley Cambac.

6th Jun 2020

Prices

Be Careful What You Wish For


With horse racing back on track, this is a timely reminder that UK pig numbers are getting like jockeys; very short.

5th Jun 2020

Brussels

NPA makes case for pig industry roles to be included on Shortage Occupation List


The NPA has highlighted the importance of EU labour to the pig sector, as the Government sets about finalizing the shortage occupation list.

5th Jun 2020

HealthWelfare

Base zinc oxide decision on UK data, NPA urges Defra


NPA senior policy adviser Rebecca Veale has urged the Government to base its policy on future zinc oxide on UK data, as the EU ban moves nearer. 

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