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15th Jun 2020

Prices

US pork production returning to normality after COVID-19 closures


US pork capacity is returning to normality as plants slowly increase operations following the debilitating COVID-19 closures, according to the USDA.

15th Jun 2020

Prices

Demand strong, but production issues hamper response - TVC


Retail demand remains strong, but production issues prevented the sector from taking full advantage last week, according to TVC.

13th Jun 2020

Prices

Lyin' eyes


No major changes in pig values over the past seven days and hopefully no nasty surprises around the corner.

12th Jun 2020

Brussels

Shortage Occupation List and migrant labour - we need your help!


The NPA is seeking members' views on migrant labour and the critical Shortage Occupation List (SOL). 

12th Jun 2020

HealthWelfare

Forum latest - 'calling all pig producers'


The latest post on the Forum is from a PhD candidate who is looking for pig producers to take part in research on sustainability. 

12th Jun 2020

NPANews

New 'Find a Feed Adviser' search tool launched


A new 'Find a Feed Adviser' tool has been launched to help farmers find their nearest feed companies employing registered feed advisers.

11th Jun 2020

Brussels

Could your business benefit from a pig industry scholar?


AHDB is seeking sponsors for the Pig Industry Scholarship programme, which aims to attract new talent to the industry.

10th Jun 2020

NPANews

Members' Area post - response to Boris


Rebecca Veale has posted an article in the Members' Area responding to comments made by Boris Johnson on farrowing crates and live exports. 

10th Jun 2020

Environment

NPA welcomes extension of climate change scheme


The NPA has welcomed the two-year extension to the current Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme.

9th Jun 2020

Prices

UK pork sector urged to explore new export opportunities amid global market disruption


A complex mix of COVID-19, African swine fever (ASF) and political tensions is creating an uncertain global outlook for the pig sector. 

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