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8th Jan 2019

NPANews

New farm safety campaigns aims to reduce fatalities


The Farm Safety Partnership (FSP) has launched its safety campaign for 2019, which is intended to take a step towards halving farm fatalities by the end of 2023.

8th Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

Tackling Tail Biting - understanding the risks


In the latest article in the Tackling Tail Biting series, AHDB has outlined AHDB the steps to take once you’ve identified the warning signs on farm. 

8th Jan 2019

NPANews

Date for the diary - Red Tractor webinar


Red Tractor will be hosting a live webinar later this month to explain more about the recent changes to its inspection regime. 

7th Jan 2019

NPANews

Advertising watchdog rejects Red Tractor ad complaint


The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected complaints that Red Tractor’s 2018 advertising campaign made misleading claims about animal welfare.

7th Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

Why engaging people is key to meeting the antibiotic challenge


In the latest issue of Pig World, NPA senior policy advisor Georgina Crayford has outlined the key findings from her Nuffield Scholarship.

7th Jan 2019

NPANews

Welcome to JF McKenna


We are delighted to welcome another company to our Allied Industry Group network. 

4th Jan 2019

NPANews

Important message for members


Members are urged to read a new post in the members' area about a disturbing message from the police. 

3rd Jan 2019

Brussels

Gove warns of implications for farmers of no deal Brexit


Defra Secretary Michael Gove has spelled out the potentially debilitating impact on the farming sector of a No Deal Brexit.

3rd Jan 2019

NPANews

Tribute to Lincolnshire farmer David Creasey


Warm tribute has been paid to well-known Lincolnshire farmer David Creasey, who sadly passed away on Saturday. 

2nd Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

APHA delays new inspection regime after NPA pressure


APHA has decided to postpone the introduction of a new harsher inspection regime, following pressure from the NPA.

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