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17th Nov 2017

NPANews

Forum entry - Calling all Allied Industry members of the NPA!


I can't stress enough how important it is for the NPA to maintain its democratic ways, says Hugh Crabtree in a new post on the NPA forum. 

17th Nov 2017

NPANews

Could you be the next chair of Ladies in Pigs?


Ladies in Pigs (LIPs) is looking for a social media savvy person to take over as its chair in the spring. 

17th Nov 2017

NPANews

Baroness Neville-Rolfe announced as next chair of AFS


Former Minister and Tesco executive Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe has been appointed as the new chairman of Assured Food Standards (AFS).

16th Nov 2017

NPANews

Animal rights activity - forum post


Some thought-provoking words about the recent animal rights activity have been posted on the members' area forum.  

16th Nov 2017

HealthWelfare

NPA to spearhead new LA-MRSA strategy


The NPA is looking to spearhead an industry-wide review of the UK pig industry’s strategy on Livestock Associated-MRSA (LA-MRSA).

16th Nov 2017

NPANews

NPA elections: "This is a fantastic industry, with fantastic people"


The diversity of the British pig sector is fantastic… as are the people who work in it, says the latest NPA AIG candidate. 

15th Nov 2017

HealthWelfare

Too simplistic to equate systems to antibiotic use


It is too simplistic to link production system to antibiotic use to, the NPA’s Georgina Crayford told a conference on antibiotics in livestock.

14th Nov 2017

NPANews

Activists target pig farms - members update


Allegations have been made about welfare standards on a number of pig farms. 

14th Nov 2017

Brussels

The NPA is a 'great democracy' - but only as good as the people who represent it


Pig producers have an opportunity – and perhaps even a duty – to come forward and play their part in shaping the industry’s future.

14th Nov 2017

Brussels

Consistent messages on Brexit opportunities and threats


As the Government increasingly looks to engage directly with farmers on Brexit, the NPA is urging members to refer to a recently-published document.

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