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14th Oct 2017

NPANews

Voting for NPA AIG Member of the Year now closed


Voting for the NPA AIG Member of the Year award, which will be presented at the National Pig Awards ceremony in London, in November, is now closed.

13th Oct 2017

Prices

Market comment: Space Oddity


There seem to be more sellers than buyers at present and a significant lack of space with some of the main stream abattoirs.

13th Oct 2017

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up - WTO Special


Senior policy advisor Ed Barker explains what this week's developments with WTO Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) means for the pig industry. 

13th Oct 2017

Brussels

Have you seen this pink (Brussels-funded) pork bus?


A pink bus trying to promote EU pork has been spotted roaming some of our major cities.

13th Oct 2017

Brussels

Parish calls for fair Brexit trade deals for farmers


Neil Parish, chair of the EFRA Committee has called on the Government to ensure future trade deals do not disadvantage UK farmers.

13th Oct 2017

Brussels

NPA EU labour survey closed


The NPA's EU labour survey, which will help us inform the Government on its post-Brexit labour policy, is closed. 

12th Oct 2017

Brussels

Government response to Brexit welfare report 'disappointingly thin'


The Government’s response to a report calling for protection for UK farmers from lower standard food imports is ‘disappointingly thin’, says the NPA.

12th Oct 2017

NPANews

Rising straw prices becoming a real concern for farmers


As pig prices continue to move in the wrong direction – the SPP fell another 1.5p last week  – the cost of straw is going the other way.

12th Oct 2017

NPANews

Don't miss NPA Eastern regional meeting tonight!


The second of the four NPA autumn regional meetings takes place in Diss tonight. 

11th Oct 2017

Brussels

NPA urges caution over report suggesting Brexit boost for pig sector


The NPA has urged caution in reading too much into a new report that suggests Brexit will boost pig farm incomes.

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