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3rd Jan 2018

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Deerpark announces major Chinese frozen boar semen export deal


The UK has received its largest ever export order from China for frozen boar semen, in a deal which also involves training Chinese staff.

2nd Jan 2018

HealthWelfare

Red Tractor members caught out by eMB requirement


A total of 9% of Red Tractor Pork scheme members incurred non-conformances as a result of the new eMB-Pigs recording requirement.

2nd Jan 2018

Prices

2018 Agriculture Bill to shape future of farming


The new Agricultural Bill in 2018 will shape the farming industry for generations to come, NFU president Meurig Raymond said.

1st Jan 2018

NPANews

Red Tractor founder awarded CBE  


David Clarke, a founding member of Red Tractor Assurance, has been honoured with a CBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours.

1st Jan 2018

NPANews

Good Brexit deal a 2018 priority for the NPA


The new year brings many opportunities, chief among them negotiating a good Brexit deal for the pig industry, according to the's NPA chairman.

1st Jan 2018

NPANews

Happy New Year... and hold onto your hats!


NPA chief executive Zoe Davies delves back into the past to explain why the NPA will continue to fight for producers in 2018.

30th Dec 2017

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"We must stand up as farmers and back the NPA team"


With just over a week to go until nominations close, there are now 12 candidates for the 12 places up for grabs in the NPA's PG election.

30th Dec 2017

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What Will The New Year Bring?


More questions than answers as far as next year is concerned, but that is nothing new for many of us. 

29th Dec 2017

NPANews

A third wise man from the East(ern region)


The eastern region has its third candidate for the NPA's New Year elections, after another existing PG member threw his hat into the ring. 

28th Dec 2017

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Who's the latest Producer Group member to stand again?


Another current Producer Group (PG) member has announced his intention to run for a further three-year term. 

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