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27th May 2020

NPANews

AHDB confirms Ladies in Pigs funding for this year


Ladies in Pigs (LIPs’) will be ‘raring to go' once live events resume, after securing £100,000 of funding for this year from their main sponsor AHDB.

26th May 2020

HealthWelfare

India's ASF outbreak started in January - OIE


The first outbreaks of ASF in India occurred in late-January, according to the official notification of the disease from OIE, the global animal health body.

26th May 2020

Prices

TVC update belies claims of poor market conditions


Thames Valley Cambac's (TVC) latest market update paints a relatively positive picture, belying claims of poor market conditions from some within the supply chain. 

25th May 2020

NPANews

'Make it British Pork!' - NPA urges public to back British


The NPA is urging members of the public to ‘Make it British’ as plummeting prices for EU pork starts to attract cheaper imports.

23rd May 2020

Prices

Getting Better


More of a stand on feeling in the air than a week ago and, although the SPP only put on a modest 0.04p, at least it is heading in the right direction and now stands at 164.34p.

23rd May 2020

NPANews

Look out for Ladies in Pigs at Herts virtual show today!


Ladies in Pigs will be making an appearance at Hertfordshire Show's virtual show today.

22nd May 2020

HealthWelfare

Accessing PPE


We have posted information in the Members' Area on how members can access PPE at a discounted rate.

22nd May 2020

Environment

Brazil delays controversial Amazon vote, after international pressure over soya


Brazil has delayed a controversial vote to legalise the private occupation of land in the Amazon rainforest, following international pressure.

21st May 2020

HealthWelfare

100% of pigs protected from African swine fever in Pirbright vaccine trial


A study at the Pirbright Institute has shown that 100% of pigs immunised were protected from a lethal dose of ASF virus.

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