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13th Apr 2018

NPANews

BPISG's 'Bunker Gang' will be reunited tonight at a secret location in deepest Yorkshire 


The Bunker Gang will be meeting at a secret location in deepest Yorkshire tonight, when members will look back in anger... 

13th Apr 2018

Prices

Cranswick report calls for supply chain transparency


Leading pork processor Cranswick has called for greater transparency across the food supply chain in response to growing concern over how their food is produced.

13th Apr 2018

NPANews

Forum entry: Kenniford super sow - guess the number of piglets


The latest forum entry is from Andrew Freemantle, of Kenniford Farm, in Devon. 

12th Apr 2018

HealthWelfare

Defra planning changes to animal transport rules


Defra is considering a ban on live exports alongside further changes that could also affect movements of livestock within the UK.

12th Apr 2018

NPANews

Tulip director Mark Haighton joins AHDB Pork board


Tulip director Mark Haighton has been appointed to AHDB's Pork sector board as a processor member.

12th Apr 2018

NPANews

New management structure at FA Gill


Wolverhampton-based pork producers, FA Gill Ltd have announce the implementation of a new management structure.

11th Apr 2018

NPANews

Advertising watchdog rejects Viva! pork complaint


The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected a complaint from vegan group Viva! about the AHDB Pork Midweek Meals campaign.

10th Apr 2018

NPANews

Members forum - reaction to Countryfile


We have had some reaction to Sunday's Countryfile programme, which highlighted the issue of vegan campaigners targeting farmers.  

10th Apr 2018

Environment

New farming rules for water in force across England


From the start of this month, new rules to protect water quality on farms have come into force across England. 

9th Apr 2018

NPANews

Chinese delegation visits UK to learn about pigs


A group of Chinese academics and researchers visited the UK to learn more about the pig industry. 

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