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1st Nov 2017

NPANews

Charlie Allen wins prestigious David Black award


Oxfordshire farmer and founder member of Thames Valley Cambac (TVC) Charlie Allen has won the prestigious David Black Award. 

1st Nov 2017

NPANews

NFU president Meurig Raymond to step down


NFU president Meurig Raymond has announced he will stand down from the role in February. 

31st Oct 2017

HealthWelfare

New GB pig disease surveillance dashboard launched


A new online resource designed to share pig disease surveillance work has been launched today. 

31st Oct 2017

HealthWelfare

NPA puts the record straight on media antibiotic reports


The NPA has responded to inaccuracies reported in the national media’s take on the announcement of new antibiotic targets for the livestock sector. 

30th Oct 2017

Brussels

Brexit could create pig industry labour crisis, survey shows


The UK pig industry faces a labour crisis unless the Government takes steps to preserve access to EU workers after we leave the EU, the NPA has warned

30th Oct 2017

NPANews

Gove opens £40m Defra productivity scheme


A Defra grant scheme that will make funds available for investment in new technology has opened.  

30th Oct 2017

HealthWelfare

Swine Dysentery outbreak prompts Disease Charter reminder


AHDB is urging any any Producers not already signed up to the Disease Charter to so, following confirmation of a new case of Swine Dysentery in Yorkshire. 

28th Oct 2017

Prices

Market commentary - Help!


Little good news to report this week and the SPP continues on its downward track dropping another 0.82p to stand at 157.07p.

27th Oct 2017

Brussels

New antibiotic targets announced for the pig industry


New antibiotic targets have been announced for the pig sector, which new figures show has already made significant cuts in usage since 2015.

27th Oct 2017

Westminster

Ed's Brexit round-up


The NPA's Ed Barker on with the latest on how Brexit will affect the pig sector and the NPA's lobbying work to get the best deal for the industry. 

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