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28th Oct 2020

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


We have posted an update in the Members' Area on the animal rights activity targeting the pig sector. 

26th Oct 2020

Brussels

Members Area - comprehensive briefing on the key EU Exit and trade issues


NPA senior policy adviser Rebecca Veale has put together a comprehensive document for members outlining all unresolved issues ahead of EU Exit.

23rd Oct 2020

NPANews

Lucy Neville-Rolfe to leave post as Red Tractor chair


Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe will leave her role as Red Tractor chair on November 12 at the end of her three-year term.

23rd Oct 2020

Brussels

Forum latest - 'Give the NPA elections a go' and Lucy Neville-Rolfe


In the latest post on the forum, a prominent member of the NPA Pig Industry Group, urges members to step up and help shape the industry.  

23rd Oct 2020

NPANews

Jane King to step down as CEO of AHDB


Jane King has announced she will step down next year as CEO of AHDB after six years in the role.

22nd Oct 2020

HealthWelfare

NPA welcomes further reduction in European antibiotic sales, ahead of new UK sector targets


The NPA has welcomed the latest figures showing a reduction in antibiotic sales for livestock in Europe.  

22nd Oct 2020

NPANews

RABI launches new community and counselling service


RABI has launched a new wellbeing community and counselling service initiative as part of it evolving strategy to reach more farming people.

22nd Oct 2020

Brussels

Important information on new import notification system


Defra has published mportant information about the new imports system that will be used to notify of consignments of animals and food products coming into Great Britain. 

21st Oct 2020

Westminster

House of Lords reinstates import standards controls to Agriculture Bill


Peers have reinserted powers to the Agriculture Bill intended to protect UK farmers and consumers from imports produced to standards not permitted in the UK. 

20th Oct 2020

HealthWelfare

Germany pursues regionalised approach to Asian export ASF bans


Germany's Agriculture Minister said she has received ‘cautious, positive signals’ over a resumption of exports to some Asian destinations. 

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