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20th Apr 2018

Brussels

How would a hard Brexit affect the UK pig industry?


In an article on the Farmers Guardian's Brexit Hub, the NPA's Ed Barker looks at the question of whether a hard Brexit could benefit the UK pig industry.  

20th Apr 2018

Prices

The Sun Has Got His Hat On


Now the 'Beast from the East' has left our shores to be replaced by the sun, alfresco eating should mean that barbecues will be fired up soon. 

20th Apr 2018

NPANews

Have your say! More Command Paper questions on the forum


More Command Paper questions have been posted on the forum.

20th Apr 2018

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up


On the Brexit front, we are in the eye of the storm...

18th Apr 2018

NPANews

NPA urges members to embrace unique opportunity to shape industry's future


The NPA is urging members to engage in what it has described as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the pig sector to shape its own future.

18th Apr 2018

NPANews

Red Tractor issues overstocking reminder to pig members


The Red Tractor pigs scheme has urged members to ensure they avoid overstocking at all times ahead an advertising campaign that will bring added scrutiny to the scheme. 

17th Apr 2018

Brussels

Avoid one-size fits-all approach to post-Brexit exports - AHDB 


British food exporters need to gain an understanding of consumer needs in different countries if we are to fully reap the rewards of overseas trade.

17th Apr 2018

NPANews

What we will be up to at the Pig and Poultry Fair


The NPA will be busy at the British Pig and Poultry Fair, which is now less than a month away.

17th Apr 2018

NPANews

Two rare pig breeds 'in extreme danger' - RBST


The British Landrace and British Lop pig breeds are at risk of extinction, the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) has warned.

17th Apr 2018

NPANews

More Countryfile reaction on the forum


Reaction to Sunday's Countryfile programme continues to come in on the NPA's forum.  

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