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21st Oct 2016

HealthWelfare

EU veterinary antibiotic usage declining


Sales of veterinary antibiotics are continuing to fall in most European countries, according to the latest figures released by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

20th Oct 2016

NPANews

Forum update - free farrowing debate still going


The opinions keep on coming...

18th Oct 2016

Prices

Leadsom launches new export drive as UK pork prospects look bright


Andrea Leadsom has used a visit to the world’s largest food trade fair to launch a new plan to grow British exports.

18th Oct 2016

NPANews

Pig industry to benefit from two Nuffield scholarships


The pig industry will have the benefit of the work of two Nuffield scholars, the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust has revealed.

17th Oct 2016

HealthWelfare

Deputy chief vet praises NPA antibiotic stance


The Government’s deputy chief vet has praised the NPA for its ‘proactive’ response to the antibiotics issue.

16th Oct 2016

NPANews

NPA's Georgina Crayford awarded Nuffield scholarship


Georgina will use the scholarship to consider how farmers could address the antibiotics issue. 

15th Oct 2016

HealthWelfare

Antibiotic usage on pig farms - an explanation


The NPA's senior policy adviser responds on behalf of the industry to some of the claims being made around antibiotic usage on pig farms. 

14th Oct 2016

NPANews

Forum update - free farrowing debate continues


The debate on free farrowing is continuing on the NPA forum and is well worth catching up on.

14th Oct 2016

Brussels

Camarthen Ham granted EU protected name status


Camarthen Ham has been granted protected name status by the European Commission, joining the likes of Melton Mowbray pork pies and Welsh beef on the list.

14th Oct 2016

Prices

Co-op launches new 100 per cent Scottish Ayrshire-style bacon range


The Co-op has launched a new 100 per cent Scottish Ayrshire-style bacon made from Specially Selected Pork as part of its commitment to supporting Scottish farmers.

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