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1st Mar 2019

NPANews

Pig farm margins virtually wiped out in 2018/19


Pig farm incomes are forecast to plummet in 2018/19, as rising feed costs and lower prices virtually wipe out margins.

28th Feb 2019

NPANews

Catch up with the AHDB Brexit webinar


If you missed AHDB's no deal Brexit webinar on Wednesday, you can now catch up with it.  

28th Feb 2019

Westminster

Eustice quits in Brexit protest


Farming Minister George Eustice has resigned in protest at the decision by Prime Minister Theresa May to allow MPs a vote on delaying Brexit if her deal is rejected.

28th Feb 2019

NPANews

Red Tractor's 'world-leading' standards highlighted in study


Red Tractor is the highest performing scheme of its type in the world, according to a new independent, international benchmarking study.

27th Feb 2019

Brussels

Will no deal tariff regime protect UK pig industry?


The prospects of the UK leaving the EU without a deal in place at the end of March have receded.

27th Feb 2019

NPANews

Tulip jobs at risk after M&S contract blow


More than 400 jobs at Tulip’s site in Boston, Lincolnshire site are at risk, after losing a major supply contract with Marks & Spencer.

27th Feb 2019

NPANews

AHDB webinar today to discuss Brexit no deal


NPA senior policy advisor Ed Barker will join a host of other industry experts in a webinar this week looking at the implications of a no deal for the pig industry.

26th Feb 2019

HealthWelfare

Cranswick retains top global welfare ranking


Cranswick has been awarded the highest performance ranking of Tier One in the global Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) for the third consecutive year.

26th Feb 2019

Brussels

Brexit latest - now we have run out of pallets


Just when you thought things couldn't get any more like a political satire, news has emerged of another bizarre reason to fear a Brexit no deal. 

23rd Feb 2019

Prices

The Times They Are A Changin'


Pig trading continues on very similar levels to a week ago. 'No worse' was one of the comments heard with the exception of sow prices.

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