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14th Nov 2018

HealthWelfare

Soil Association revises organic standards


The Soil Association has revised its organic standards, including a number relating to pig production.

13th Nov 2018

HealthWelfare

FSA survey confirms levels of AMR E.coli in UK retail meat remain low


Levels of antimicrobial resistant (AMR) in pork and beef remain low, a comprehensive FSA survey has confirmed.

13th Nov 2018

NPANews

NPA urges caution on 'Method of Production' labelling


The National Pig Association (NPA) has urged caution on calls to introduce ‘Method of Production’ labelling on meat and dairy products.

12th Nov 2018

HealthWelfare

ASF virus detected in pig feed in China


Pig feed in China has become contaminated with ASF virus, sparking further fears about its potential spread across the country. 

12th Nov 2018

NPANews

Relief available for new buildings, conversions and renovations


Farmers constructing new buildings or renovating or converting old ones should will be eligible for tax relief under a recent change of policy.

10th Nov 2018

Prices

I would rather be a hammer than a nail


Unfortunately, UK pigmeat values are continuing to be hammered by low global prices and indifferent demand.

9th Nov 2018

NPANews

NPA response to AHDB Review


The NPA has today submitted its response to the Review of AHDB's activities after we leave the EU. 

9th Nov 2018

HealthWelfare

Tackling Tail Biting - Why evidence of action is key


The NPA is teaming up with Pig World, AHDB and the Pig Veterinary Society (PVS) to take an in-depth at tail biting and tail docking.

9th Nov 2018

NPANews

Last chance to take part in survey on AHDB's future!


It's now or never - today is the deadline to take part in a survey on AHDB’s future role after we leave the EU.

9th Nov 2018

HealthWelfare

Updated Pig Health Scheme set to resume


The Pig Health Scheme, formerly the British Pig Health Scheme, is set to re-commence, following a lengthy review.

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