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7th Jun 2019

NPANews

His head was spinning - so much to discuss as we invited Defra official to pig farm


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies reports on a constructive day as a leading Defra official visited an outdoor pig unit. 

6th Jun 2019

6th Jun 2019

HealthWelfare

ASF confirmed on farm with 8,000 pigs in Poland


African swine fever has been confirmed on a Polish farm with more than 8,000 pigs, located in Bielsk Podlaskie near the border with Belarus.

6th Jun 2019

NPANews

NPA at 20 - my highs and lows at this industry institution


The NPA celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. Chief executive Zoe Davies looks back at her time at this industry institution.  

6th Jun 2019

Brussels

Canada ASF messages a lesson to our Government


Canada's approach to keeping African swine fever out of the country should be a lesson to our Government. 

6th Jun 2019

NPANews

Forum latest - US trade deal and Open Farm Sunday


The latest forum posts question whether pig farmers should be opening their gates this Sunday and respond to our article on a potential US trade deal. 

5th Jun 2019

Westminster

Do not betray the pig sector in future US-UK trade deal - NPA


The NPA has urged the next Prime Minister to ensure any future trade deal with the US does not open our doors to pork that would be illegal to produce in this country.

5th Jun 2019

NPANews

Volunteers for pig sustainability project wanted


Pig farmers are being urged to volunteer to take part in a research project to develop a novel way to assess the sustainability of pork production.

4th Jun 2019

NPANews

Pig producers open their gates to the public


Pig producers across the country will be opening their gates to the public and showcasing the British pig sector at its finest on Sunday.

3rd Jun 2019

NPANews

ASF confirmed in North Korea as spread across Asia continues


North Korea has reported its first case of African swine fever, as the spread of the virus across Asia continues. 

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