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23rd Sep 2020

Brussels

APHA provides ASF update


APHA has issued an update on the African swine fever situation in Germany, plus news of new cases in Serbia. 

23rd Sep 2020

NPANews

NPA is hiring - opportunity to join an award-winning team!


An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the NPA as a Senior Policy Advisor.

22nd Sep 2020

NPANews

2020 National Pig Awards to go virtual in November


This year’s National Pig Awards is going to be held virtually in November due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

22nd Sep 2020

HealthWelfare

AHDB launches new advice on moving and handling pigs


AHDB has launched a new area on its website advising producers on best practice when it comes to moving and handling pigs.

 

21st Sep 2020

HealthWelfare

How ASF is affecting pork sectors across the EU - Members Area


Senior policy adviser Rebecca Veale has written a report on a Copa meeting she attended on Friday to discuss the recent ASF outbreak in Germany.

21st Sep 2020

HealthWelfare

Impact of ASF export bans in Europe and Germany


The imapct of Germany's African swine fever (ASF) and subsequent export bans is having an impact on pork markets across the EU.

19th Sep 2020

HealthWelfare

We are still in early stages of African swine fever outbreak, says FLI


Germany's National Reference Laboratory for African swine fever (ASF) has warned that the country's outbreak is still in its early stages. 

18th Sep 2020

NPANews

Straw shortages and rising prices hit pig producers


Pig producers across the country are suffering from straw shortages and high prices on the back of this summer’s poor harvest.

17th Sep 2020

Brussels

Changes to animal export identification and other export rules


Businesses involved in the export of live animals are reminded that the way the animals are identified will change next year. 

16th Sep 2020

HealthWelfare

Participants wanted for biosecurity study


APHA is looking for participants from the UK for a new EU-funded study on the cost-effectiveness of biosecurity on pig farms.

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