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21st Feb 2018

NPANews

Forum post - exercise your democratic right and VOTE NOW!


"Exercise your democratic right, support your association and VOTE NOW!"

20th Feb 2018

NPANews

Lister challenges Labour over 'mega farm' claims


NPA chairman Richard Lister has challenged Shadow Farming Minister David Drew to justify Labour's opposition to so-called 'mega farms'. 

20th Feb 2018

NPANews

Welcome back Lizzie!


NPA policy services manager Lizzie Wilson returns to work today, following maternity leave.

20th Feb 2018

Westminster

Farmers to be paid for higher welfare livestock production - Gove


Michael Gove will outline plans today to use funding under a future domestic agricultural policy to incentivise higher welfare standards on farms.

19th Feb 2018

Prices

Higher supplies forecast, but positive signs on demand at home and abroad


Increasing supplies of pigmeat at home and abroad are likely to ensure prices in 2018 remain below the highs of last year.

18th Feb 2018

Brussels

NPA welcomes 'positive' EFRA Brexit trade report


The NPA has welcomed a report from MPs that calls for the Government to ensure post-Brexit trade agreements do not compromise UK food production standards.

16th Feb 2018

Prices

It's Getting Better


Despite the SPP dropping by 0.88p to 145.92p, signs are emerging of better pig prices, with the influential German producer price up by another 6 cents. 

16th Feb 2018

Prices

NPA 'disappointed' at Government Adjudicator decision


The NPA has said it is disappointed that the Government has rejected calls to extend the remit of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA).

16th Feb 2018

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up


A weekly round-up of the latest Brexit developments and what they could mean for the pig sector.

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