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9th Apr 2018

NPANews

NPA Spring Regional meetings kick off in Exeter this week


The first of the NPA's 2018 Spring Regional meetings will take place at Exeter on Tuesday. 

6th Apr 2018

Prices

Fool on the Hill


Something of a curate’s egg (good in parts) trade today with a little more interest in finished pigs, although sows are still at very low stand on levels. 

6th Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

New traceability system does not mean individual EID for pigs


The NPA has reassured producers that the introduction of a new traceability system for livestock will not mean a move to individual EID for pigs.

6th Apr 2018

NPANews

Pig & Poultry Fair launches producer survey ahead of event


The organisers of the Pig & Poultry Fair have launched a survey to gauge the industry’s outlook ahead of the 2018 event.

5th Apr 2018

NPANews

Could US-China trade war benefit EU pig sector?


The EU pig sector could benefit from the US-China trade war, according to AHDB Pork.

5th Apr 2018

Environment

Rodenticide users urged to update knowledge


Farmers are being encouraged to undertake knowledge updates to maintain their professional competence in the use of stewardship-label rodenticides.

5th Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

'We need to better explain the labels we have rather than confuse consumers with news ones'


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies tackles the issue of the Method of Production labelling in the latest issue of Pig World. 

5th Apr 2018

NPANews

Members' area update - help needed


We are asking members to take a look at some footage posted in the members' area. 

4th Apr 2018

Brussels

2018 EPP (European Pig Producers) Congress


The 2018 EPP (European Pig Producers) Congress takes place in Switzerland at the end of May. 

3rd Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

Gove announces new livestock traceability service


Defra Secretary Michael Gove has announced the development of a new Livestock Information Service, set to come into operation next year. 

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