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22nd Feb 2021

NPANews

Morrisons steps up to support for British pig farmers


Morrisons has responded to concerns over the problems facing the pig sector by slashing prices on all pork products for 10 weeks.

 

22nd Feb 2021

Environment

Environment Agency publishes documents to support permit reviews


The Environment Agency has published information to support the current permit reviews for the pigs and poultry sectors.

22nd Feb 2021

Environment

NPA responds to sea eagles consultation


The NPA has responded to a consultation on an application by a Norfolk estate to release White-tailed Eagles in the region.

19th Feb 2021

Brussels

Lee takes over AHDB Pork Twitter feed to discuss mental health


Young NPA member Lee Thompson took over AHDB Pork's Twitter feed on Thursday to discuss mental health. 

18th Feb 2021

NPANews

"We are reaching crisis point" - Zoe calls for action to get pigs moving off farms


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies has called for action to help ease the backlog on farms, as the situation nears 'crisis point'. 

18th Feb 2021

NPANews

Forum latest - advice needed on setting up new outdoor pig herd


The latest post on the forum comes from someone seeking advice for setting up a new outdoor pig herd. 

18th Feb 2021

NPANews

Why it is important for producers to respond to the Red Tractor consultation


Members have been urged to ensure they respond individually to the consultation on some important changes to Red Tractor's standards. 

16th Feb 2021

NPANews

More NPA interviews as media coverage of pig industry situation continues


The media continues to pick up on the problems facing the pig sector as NPA members and staff spread the word. 

16th Feb 2021

NPANews

Members' Area update - animal rights activity


The latest post in the Members' Area is an update on the animal rights activity targeting the pig sector. 

16th Feb 2021

NPANews

Workshop on 'Fair, fresh and future-proof food systems'


The Food, Farming and Countryside Commission is inviting people from a range of backgrounds to participate in an online workshop.