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23rd Jan 2019

NPANews

Forum entry - outdoor farms interested in research?


The latest forum entry is from a Harper Adams student enquiring whether any outdoor breeding farms are interested in taking part research.

22nd Jan 2019

Brussels

Directory of rural support groups


YANA (You Are Not Alone) has sent the NPA a link to their National Directory of Rural Support Groups.

21st Jan 2019

NPANews

NPA chairman takes antibiotic message to Hong Kong


NPA chairman Richard Lister visited Hong Kong earlier this month to discuss how the UK has responded to the challenge of reducing antibiotic use.

21st Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

"I wouldn't want anyone to go through what we went through" - see Zoe discuss ASF on Countryfile


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies discussed her personal horror of dealing with a major pig disease outbreak as Countryfile focused on ASF.

19th Jan 2019

Prices

A hard road


Very little to shout about in the pig trading world, with prices mainly in retreat and the SPP falling another 0.53p to 139.49p

18th Jan 2019

NPANews

Countryfile alert!


Look out for BBC's Countryfile programme on Sunday, featuring the NPA's chief executive Zoe Davies discussing feral pigs in the Forest of Dean. 

18th Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

Australian border checks pick up ASF virus in pork products


The African swine fever (ASF) virus has been found in pork products brought into Australia, after the border authorities stepped up their activities. 

18th Jan 2019

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up - what now?


After Theresa May's crushing Commons defeat on Tuesday, Ed looks at what happen next. Time to bring in the NPA?

18th Jan 2019

Brussels

20 Years of NPA - what we've done for you!


The NPA celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. To mark this milestone, we are running a series of articles looking back at what we have achieved... 

17th Jan 2019

HealthWelfare

France plans wild boar cull


The French authorities are planning to cull all wild boar in a zone along the Belgian border to try to prevent an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF). 

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