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24th Apr 2018

Westminster

NPA vice chair raises Brexit concerns in Parliament


NPA vice chairman Rob Mutimer told Parliamentarians the pig sector does not want to be left behind the result of the world as a result of delays in the Brexit process. 

23rd Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

African swine fever detected in Hungary for the first time


African swine fever has been reported in wild boar in Hungary for the first time, outside the ASF detection zone in place in the country.

23rd Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

African swine fever on the rise in eastern Europe


The number of cases of African swine fever in Eastern Europe has increased significantly in the first few months of 2018. 

23rd Apr 2018

NPANews

Reminder - East Spring Regional on Tuesday night


The third of the NPA's Spring Regional meetings will take place in Diss on Tuesday evening, April 24.

20th Apr 2018

Brussels

Real farmers' voices need to be heard in the media - Countryfile director tells NPA


More ‘real farmers’ need to make their voices heard in the media as the future of UK farming in a post-Brexit world is debated, according a Countryfile director.

20th Apr 2018

Brussels

How would a hard Brexit affect the UK pig industry?


In an article on the Farmers Guardian's Brexit Hub, the NPA's Ed Barker looks at the question of whether a hard Brexit could benefit the UK pig industry.  

20th Apr 2018

Prices

The Sun Has Got His Hat On


Now the 'Beast from the East' has left our shores to be replaced by the sun, alfresco eating should mean that barbecues will be fired up soon. 

20th Apr 2018

NPANews

Have your say! More Command Paper questions on the forum


More Command Paper questions have been posted on the forum.

20th Apr 2018

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up


On the Brexit front, we are in the eye of the storm...

18th Apr 2018

NPANews

NPA urges members to embrace unique opportunity to shape industry's future


The NPA is urging members to engage in what it has described as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the pig sector to shape its own future.

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