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29th Jan 2021

HealthWelfare

Food sector workers can register for free COVID-19 testing


Defra has informed the NFU that businesses with at least 50 employees can register for government-funded lateral flow tests for asymptomatic workers.

29th Jan 2021

Brussels

Lastest husting video uploaded


The latest husting video from the P.I.G candidates has gone live today

28th Jan 2021

Brussels

Media continues to pick up on NPA concerns over impact of Brexit checks and COVID plant closures - UPDATED


High profile media outlets continue to highlight the NPA's concerns over the plight facing pig farmers due to new Brexit rules at ports and COVID-19. 

28th Jan 2021

Environment

AHDB podcast discusses environmental permitting with EA


AHDB has released a podcast with the Environment Agency (EA) discussing environmental permitting regulations (EPR).

27th Jan 2021

Brussels

Latest Husting Videos


See the latest husting videos from Richard Knox and Hugh Crabtree in the Elections page

27th Jan 2021

HealthWelfare

Latest Real Welfare report highlights improvement and good overall standards


The vast majority of pig farms continue to demonstrate good levels of welfare, the latest report on AHDB's Real Welfare Scheme shows.

27th Jan 2021

NPANews

Forum latest - 'When can we expect our cheques?' and more requests for help and information


The last few days have seen a flurry of posts on the NPA forum seeking information and support from members. 

27th Jan 2021

NPANews

Deadline for responding to AHDB consultation looms


There just a few days left now to respond to the consultation on AHDB's new five-year strategy. 

26th Jan 2021

NPANews

NPA writes to Eustice over unprecedented challenges facing the industry


The NPA has written to Defra Secretary George Eustice to bring to his attention the unprecedented challenges the industry is facing.

26th Jan 2021

Environment

AHDB completes ammonia monitoring trials


AHDB has completed the its ammonia monitoring programme and has passed the findings onto Defra and the Environment Agency. 

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