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7th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Farmers urged to follow social distancing guidance during vet visits


Farmers have been urged to follow government guidance on social distancing and self-isolation when vets are practicing on farm.

6th Apr 2020

NPANews

NPA coronavirus guidance and support for members - updated April 3!


The NPA is doing all it can to support members during the coronavirus crisis. 

6th Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Updated guidance: Furloughed staff


Staff that have been furloughed are now permitted to undertake other employment, if their contract permits.

6th Apr 2020

Prices

Trading 'relatively quiet' heading into Easter break - TVC


The trading cycle is relatively quiet affair running the Easter break, according to Thames Valley Cambac.

3rd Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Antibiotic targets - what next?


In the latest issue of Pig World, NPA chairman Richard Lister and PVS president Richard Pearson discuss the next set of antibiotic targets for the pig sector. 

2nd Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

Pork processors doing a fantastic job but social distancing a 'challenge' - BMPA


Pork processors are doing a ‘fantastic job’ of keeping supplies running, but social distancing guidance is a 'real challenge', says BMPA.

2nd Apr 2020

NPANews

Welcome to a new AIG member


The NPA is pleased to welcome Wisetock as the latest company to join the Allied Industry Group (AIG).  

2nd Apr 2020

Brussels

How coronavirus is affecting key EU pork producing countries


AHDB's Bethan Wilkins has taken a look at the COVID-19 situation in other EU countries 

2nd Apr 2020

Brussels

Ed: How we have responded to the unprecedented coronavirus situation


In the current issue of Pig World, NPA senior policy adviser Ed Barker sets out how the NPA has responded to the coronavirus crisis. 

1st Apr 2020

HealthWelfare

African swine fever confirmed in Papua New Guinea


Papua New Guinea, the Pacific island north of Australia, has become the latet country to be affected by African swine fever (ASF).

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