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20th May 2019

NPANews

Nominations open today for our industry's highest honour


Nominations for the Chris Brant Award, the very best kind of honest mud-on-boots award, are open. 

20th May 2019

NPANews

NPA goes to Parliament


A group of NPA members enjoyed an in-depth tour of the Houses of Parliament on Friday.

18th May 2019

Prices

Stand in the Gap


With sharply rising EU pig meat prices, the latest SPP moved up by a relatively modest 1.26p to stand at 142.94p.

17th May 2019

HealthWelfare

Genus to develop PRRS-resistant pigs in China


Global genetics company, Genus, has announced its intention to help develop and market PRRS-free pigs in China.   

17th May 2019

NPANews

Well played KFC!


The NPA is enjoying the new KFC marketing campaign... 

17th May 2019

HealthWelfare

US to test pigs for ASF as surveillance is stepped up


A new ASF testing programme will be introduced across the US as the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) steps up its defences against the virus. 

16th May 2019

Prices

'Watch this space...' Tulip's Andrew Saunders urges patience on pig prices


Tulip agriculture director Andrew Saunders has urged producers to be patient over pig prices.

16th May 2019

Brussels

Midweek meal campaign generates good returns on pork sales


The latest phase of AHDB's Midweek Meals campaign resulted in almost £12 million of additional pork sales, according to data from Kantar Worldpanel.

15th May 2019

Prices

Pork prices to soar on the back China ASF crisis - but there could a sting in the tail


Global pork prices will soar over the next few years on the back of Asia’s ‘incredible' African swine fever crisis’, according to Gira analyst Richard Brown.

14th May 2019

Prices

"Ultimately we supply the product that the processors cannot do without"- more comments on pig prices


The comments continue to come in on the price situation. "If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck," the latest one suggests.

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