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28th Jun 2019

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Q1 margins down to lowest level since 2012


Producer margins worsened in the first quarter of this year, with average losses growing to £11 on every pig sold (-13p/kg). 

28th Jun 2019

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Ed's Brexit round-up - changes afoot


In his latest blog, Ed Barker outlines his views on the Tory leadership race, Ipswich Town and Robert Goodwill. 

28th Jun 2019

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Becca's blog: Rain did not stop play in Yorkshire


In her latest blog, Rebecca Veale discusses this week's YNPA trip to Yorkshire and the new EU Animal Health Law. 

26th Jun 2019

Environment

Environmental Regulation - what you need to know


Pig producers need to be aware of a number of looming environmental regulatory issues that could soon be affecting their businesses.

26th Jun 2019

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China suspends Canadian pork imports


China has suspended imports of meat from Canada after discovering what it claimed were at least 188 counterfeit health certification documents.

26th Jun 2019

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Eustice launches new project to protect the British Lop


A new project to protect the future of the British Lop has been launched at former Farming Minister George Eustice's family farm in Cornwall. 

25th Jun 2019

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Zoe challenges Adjudicator on extending remit


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies challenged departing Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) on her reluctance to extend its remit at a conference in London on Monday.

25th Jun 2019

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20 Years of NPA - This is our story


Digby Scott's magnificent history of the NPA was launched at last week's 20th anniversary celebrations. 

24th Jun 2019

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Members Area alert - animal rights activity


Members are urged to click through the Members Area for an important update on animal rights activity. 

24th Jun 2019

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Industry meeting - the benefits of pigs in the rotation


An AHDB meeting looking at the benefits of pigs in the rotation will take place in Swaffham on July 1. 

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