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6th Feb 2019

Brussels

FSA urges meat exporters to register for no deal EU access


The FSA is urging businesses that export meat products to the EU register to ensure they are approved for export in the event of a no deal Brexit.

5th Feb 2019

NPANews

The industry has a huge responsibility - Zoe discusses animal abuse on BBC


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies was interviewed by BBC Farming Today about animal welfare abuses on pig farms. 

5th Feb 2019

NPANews

The Pork Report - championing New Product Development  


The next phase of The Pork Report is underway!  

4th Feb 2019

HealthWelfare

Farming Today focuses on antibiotic use on pig farms


Gloucestershire pig producer Sophie Hope and vet Richard Pearson did an excellent job talking about antibiotic use on the BBC over the weekend. 

4th Feb 2019

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


Members are urged to take a look at the latest post in the Members Area. 

2nd Feb 2019

Prices

Help!


Some suggestions that prices may be bumping along the bottom of the current 'pig' trough but still a long way to go before producer prices get out of the red.

31st Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

NPA welcomes One Health antibiotic report


The NPA has welcomed the publication of a new Government report that brings together data on the levels of antibiotic use in humans and animals.

30th Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

NPA publishes comprehensive African swine fever briefing


The NPA has published a comprehensive new briefing on African swine fever (ASF), covering everything from the history of the virus to the possible routes of infection.

30th Jan 2019

Prices

Danish Crown to cut up to 400 jobs


Danish Crown has announced jt will be cutting up to 400 jobs across the group, as its UK arm, Tulip, continues to under-perform.

In an announcement on Wednesday, the Danish meat giant said it was now intensifying the group’s cost-savings programme and would be looking to reduce its total costs by 350 million DKK (£41m) this financial year.

30th Jan 2019

Brussels

Meetings offer chance to air post-Brexit labour concerns


Those connected to the pig industry with concerns over labour supply after we leave the EU are urged to attend a series of roundtable meetings. 

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