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12th Oct 2021

NPANews

Current industry situation and NPA lobbying - important update in Members' Area


An important update on the current situation within the industry and the NPA's lobbying efforts has been posted in the Members' Area. 

11th Oct 2021

NPANews

Members' Area and forum updates


Updates have been posted in the Members' Area and the forum. 

9th Oct 2021

NPANews

Q& A: What is happening in the pig sector? 


We have put together a Q&A to explain what is happening in the pig sector, the main reasons and possible solutions. 

7th Oct 2021

NPANews

Members updates: Investigating the fall in the SPP, lobbying latest and other messages


There have been three updates in the Members' Area today, covering the SPP, the latest on our lobbying efforts and more. 

6th Oct 2021

NPANews

NPA confirms that culling has started in small numbers


The NPA is aware that culling has started on a handful of farms, with fears this could become more widespread unless solutions are found. 

1st Oct 2021

NPANews

NEW: Important message for members regarding pig industry crisis


An important message has been posted in the Members' Area regarding the industry's response to the pig crisis. 

1st Oct 2021

Brussels

Members Area Update


There is an important update in the members area, you can read it here

1st Oct 2021

Brussels

NPA issues an open letter to retailers


The NPA has today issued an open letter to all retailers calling on them to help resolve the industry crisis...

30th Sep 2021

Brussels

Good luck to NFU's marathon runners - supporting a great cause


NFU vice president Tom Bradshaw, dairy Addvisor Phoebe Russell and Beds and Hunts County advisor Oliver Rubinstein are running the London Marathon on Sunday. 

29th Sep 2021

HealthWelfare

NPA reaction to Defra gene editing announcement


Defra has announced new plans to ‘unlock the power of gene editing’ - however, the focus will initially be on crops, rather than livestock.