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8th Sep 2016

Environment

NPA brings industry together to seek common ground on the big issues


A number of key points to underpin a new industry strategy emerged from a pig industry summit hosted by NPA on Monday.

7th Sep 2016

HealthWelfare

NPA producer group recommends eMB should be compulsory under Red Tractor


A new requirement for pig farmers to enter antibiotic usage data onto the eMB website could be in place early next year.

7th Sep 2016

Environment

£2m pig research project to examine herd health and welfare


More details have been announced of the 'most comprehensive study of the British pig industry ever conducted'. 

6th Sep 2016

NPANews

NPA pays tribute as Voice of the Pig Industry rides off into the sunset 


NPA pays tribute to Digby Scott, marking his retirement with a dinner in London. 

5th Sep 2016

NPANews

NPA summit to discuss new strategy for industry


The National Pig Association (NPA) is hosting an industry summit on Monday to discuss a new industry strategy

3rd Sep 2016

Environment

Vast majority of pigs slaughtered in CCTV abattoirs


The vast majority of pigs produced in England and Wales are slaughtered in abattoirs with CCTV cameras.

1st Sep 2016

Prices

Are you really paying more for your bacon? A little context


You could be paying more for your bacon sandwich because of Brexit, headlines in the national media are warning.

1st Sep 2016

Prices

Latest porkwatch survey results show retailers stocking less pigmeat than a year ago


The UK's retailers are stocking less British pigmeat than a year ago...

31st Aug 2016

NPANews

ForFarmers reports 'stable' results despite Brexit uncertainty


ForFarmers has reported ‘stable’ trading results despite an unstable EU trading environment and lower profits in the UK...

30th Aug 2016

HealthWelfare

Russia WTO ruling a 'political victory' - but don't export the exports to flow


The recent WTO verdict on the illegality Russia's EU pork ban is increasingly being interpreted as more of a political victory...

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