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19th Feb 2020

HealthWelfare

The impact of an ASF outbreak in Germany


The 500,000 tonne-German pork export market would be at serious risk if ASF crosses the border from Poland to reach German wild boar. 

18th Feb 2020

NPANews

BQP celebrates 40 years in the British pig industry


BQP recently marked its 40th anniversary with a celebration event at the Suffolk Food Hall in Ipswich.

17th Feb 2020

HealthWelfare

Update in Members Area


Update in the members area regarding the Flu Vaccine, you can read more here

17th Feb 2020

Environment

Flooding Advice


The storms and weather conditions have been extreme over the last few weeks and many producers will have experienced challenges because of it.

The NFU has put together a flooding webpage which has an array of advice about flooding so check out the guidance if you have been affected.

17th Feb 2020

HealthWelfare

ASF warnings - well done, Dublin Airport!


Dublin Airport has really made the effort to warn passengers about the risks of bringing African swine fever into the country. 

14th Feb 2020

Brussels

New appointment at Defra


North Oxfordshire MP and farmer's daughter Victoria Prentis has been added to the Defra team as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State.

14th Feb 2020

Prices

Porkwatch survey shows big drop in British bacon on retail shelves


The latest results from AHDB’s Porkwatch survey show a significant reduction in the amount of British bacon being stocked by UK retailers.

14th Feb 2020

Prices

Shake the Disease


European prices seem to be leading the way with the influential German producer quote up by a significant 6 Euro cents from €1.85 EUR to €1.91. 

13th Feb 2020

Westminster

George Eustice replaces Theresa Villiers as Defra Secretary - NPA reaction


George Eustice has been appointed as Defra Secretary, replacing Theresa Villiers, who was sacked this morning after just six months in the role.

13th Feb 2020

HealthWelfare

New Swine Dysentery case confirmed in Suffolk


Another outbrteak of Swine Dysentery has been confirmed on a wean to finish unit in Suffolk.

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