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16th Feb 2019

Prices

We Will Rise Again


After last week’s increase in German pig prices, it was good to see that on this side of the Channel we may be following the same upward track soon.

15th Feb 2019

Brussels

Arrests made as part of Belgium ASF investigation


Arrests have been made in connection with the judicial investigation into the discovery of African swine fever (ASF) in Belgium, in September.

14th Feb 2019

Prices

Percentage of British pork rises in latest Porkwatch survey


The percentage of British pork on display in leading UK retailers rose by 3% between January and November, according to the latest Porkwatch survey.

14th Feb 2019

NPANews

My last day at NPA... but I'll still be around


After four-and-a-half years, this is Georgina's last day at the NPA. Read her goodbye message here... 

14th Feb 2019

NPANews

Chance for levy payers to have a say on AHDB work


Pig producers and allied industry members are encouraged to attend an AHDB Regional meeting later this month. 

13th Feb 2019

NPANews

Updated NPA security pack now available


The updated NPA Security Pack is now available.

13th Feb 2019

NPANews

Mind Your Head - importance of farmer mental health highlighted


The Farm Safety Foundation is highlighting the importance of farmers looking after their mental health in the second Mind Your Head week. 

13th Feb 2019

NPANews

FSA seeking information from exporters of feed products of animal origin


The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is asking all businesses that currently export feed products of animal origin (POAO) into the EU to contact it.

12th Feb 2019

NPANews

Lizzie gives pig industry perspective on rise of veganism activism


NPA policy services officer Lizzie Wilson gave the pig industry’s perspective on the rise of vegan activism during a BBC feature last night.

12th Feb 2019

Brussels

Industry leaders urge Gove to pause non-Brexit-related consultations


Food and farming industry leaders have called on Michael Gove to 'pause' any non-Brexit-related consultations until the current uncertainty passes. 

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