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22nd Jun 2020

Prices

More than half of UK pork exports went to China in April


For the first time ever, China accounted for nore than half of UK fresh and frozen pork exports in April. 

20th Jun 2020

Prices

Get Off My Cloud


In horse racing terms, pig prices have remained generally stable, but price wise, the stable door seems to be bolted.

19th Jun 2020

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights update


There is an update in the Members Area on the latest pig farm animal rights incursion.

18th Jun 2020

NPANews

Message for members in response to German COVID-19 pork plant closure


A Tönnies abattoir in northwestern Germany has closed due to a mass COVID-19 outbreak. See Members Area for NPA comment. 

18th Jun 2020

NPANews

NPA makes pig industry's voice heard on import standards as FT picks up the story


The NPA has continued to make the UK pig sector’s voice heard as a lead story it helped to arrange in the FT on a UK-USA free trade agreement generates huge interest.

18th Jun 2020

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


We have posted an update in the Members' Area on animal rights activity targeting the pig sector.

18th Jun 2020

Brussels

NFU import standards petition passes one million mark


More than one million people have now signed the NFU’s petition to ensure UK producers are not undermined in future trade deals. 

18th Jun 2020

Brussels

NPA backs calls for progress on EU trade talks


The NPA is backing calls from the NFU and farming organisations across the EU for more progress in trade talks in order to establish a UK/EU free trade agreement.

17th Jun 2020

Brussels

Ceva launches new system for managing production flow


Ceva has launched a new web-based system that helps producers manage production flow. 

16th Jun 2020

Brussels

Import checks to be phased in next year - but NPA warns this could lead to unequal treatment


The Government is to phase in its controls on imports from the start of next year when the Transition Period ends.