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9th Apr 2019

NPANews

Why farming should be a STEM subject


Former NPA chairman Richard Longthorp sets out his vision for making farming a more attractive career proposition for young people.

8th Apr 2019

NPANews

Be prepared for Red Tractor risk-based inspections


The NPA is stressing the need for producers to prepare fully for Red Tractor audits as non-conformances can have serious consequences for scheme members.

8th Apr 2019

NPANews

East Anglia Spring Regional reminder


The East Anglian Spring Regional meeting takes place this Wednesday in Diss. 

5th Apr 2019

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up - what now?


In his latest Brexit round-up, Ed Barker tries to make sense of the latest goings on in Westminster... and offers his Grand National tips. 

5th Apr 2019

HealthWelfare

Defra Minister highlights need to manage growing Forest of Dean feral boar numbers


A Defra Minister has acknowledged the need for a clearer strategy for managing feral boar in the Forest of Dean. 

5th Apr 2019

NPANews

Why we need to talk about sustainable soya


Rose McCulloch is a consultant at Efeca, which facilitates the UK Sustainable Soya Initiative, explains why sourcing sustainable soya is so important. 

4th Apr 2019

NPANews

Timeline of a mass pig farm invasion


Writing in the latest of issue of Pig World, NPA chief executive Zoe Davies sets outs the timeline for the activist invasion of a Lincolnshire pig farm.

4th Apr 2019

HealthWelfare

Another case of swine dysentery confirmed in North Yorkshire


Another outbreak of swine dysentery has been confirmed in North Yorkshire, following a spate of cases in March.

4th Apr 2019

NPANews

Producer Group calls for more tolerance and transparency in new Red Tractor inspection regime


NPA producer representatives have called for Red Tractor to introduce more tolerance into its risk-based inspection regime.

4th Apr 2019

HealthWelfare

Cambodia confirms first case of African swine fever


Cambodia has reported its first outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in backyard pigs near the Vietnam border. 

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