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3rd Oct 2019

HealthWelfare

Defra showcases sniffer dogs at Heathrow in ASF crackdown


Defra appears to be stepping its efforts to keep African swine fever (ASF) out of the country, including the use of sniffer dogs at Heathrow Airport.

2nd Oct 2019

NPANews

Changes to Red Tractor pigs scheme


Red Tractor has introduced two ‘mid-cycle changes’ in its pig standards from October 1.

2nd Oct 2019

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Autumn Regionals underway in Exeter today - still time to book your place!


The NPA Autumn Regional meetings get underway in Exeter today.

2nd Oct 2019

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Entries sought for 2020 EU PiG Grand Prix


Fresh approaches to improving biosecurity to address the ASF threat are among the challenges set out in the 2020 EU PiG Grand Prix.

1st Oct 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


We have today posted another alert in the Members Area regarding animal rights activity targeting the pig sector. 

1st Oct 2019

Brussels

Keep eating bacon and sausages, public advised


New research has suggested people will have little to gain in cutting down on bacon and sausages, shedding a fresh perspective on a long-running debate. 

1st Oct 2019

NPANews

Forum latest - are we doing enough to prepare for a no deal Brexit?


The latest post on the forum suggests the industry is in 'blissful ignorance' of the potential impacts of a no deal Brexit one month from now. 

1st Oct 2019

NPANews

Britain's Biggest Farmers Market - new Red Tractor campaign underway


Red Tractor adverts will again appearing on TV screens as the latest £1m campaign to promote the logo and its credentials gets underway. 

30th Sep 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


We have today posted another alert in the Members Area regarding animal rights activity targeting the pig sector. 

30th Sep 2019

NPANews

Members forum - query answered


A query about tackling farm activism on the members' forum has been answered. 

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