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20th Jan 2017

HealthWelfare

AMR roadshows taking place next week


A roadshow bringing together pig producers to discuss how the industry is responding to the challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) will take place next week.

20th Jan 2017

Brussels

BVA welcomes May's 'guarantee' for EU vets in Britain


The BVA has welcomed the Prime Minister’s commitment to 'guaranteeing the rights of EU colleagues already living, working and studying in the UK'.

20th Jan 2017

NPANews

Forum update - Richard Lister's One Show appearance


We have had a new posting in praise of Richard Lister's One Show appearance, which is generally thought to have been very positive for the industry. 

19th Jan 2017

NPANews

Lister highlights antibiotic alternative to millions on One Show


The steps NPA chairman Richard Lister is taking to cut antibiotic usage on his farm were showcased to millions of BBC viewers last night.

18th Jan 2017

HealthWelfare

ASF continues to spread in Eastern Europe


African Swine Fever continues to spread in wild boar and on farms in Eastern Europe, causing significant cost and disruption. 

18th Jan 2017

NPANews

Search begins to find new chair for AHDB Pork


The formal process of finding a replacement for AHDB Pork chair Meryl Ward is underway. 

17th Jan 2017

Brussels

NPA responds to May Brexit speech with EU labour warning


The NPA has responded to the Prime Minister's speech on Brexit with a warning to the Government about the importance of EU labour. 

17th Jan 2017

Brussels

Prime Minister to signal departure from Single Market


Prime Minister Theresa May is epxected to signal that the UK will leave the Single Market, following its departure from the EU. 

17th Jan 2017

HealthWelfare

New avian flu restrictions in place in Lincolnshire


Restrictions have been put in place around another farm in Lincolnshire following confirmation of the H5N8 avian flu virus. 

17th Jan 2017

Prices

FAO forecasts 'more pressure' for pork prices


Global meat prices fell by 7 per cent year-on-year in 2016, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.

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