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29th Mar 2019

Brussels

UK farming coalition calls for end to the Brexit uncertainty


The NPA has joined other UK farming organisations in calling for an end to the Brexit uncertainty as MPs once again rejected Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement.

28th Mar 2019

Brussels

SPP continues upward movement as Chinese demand shapes long-term picture


The EU-spec SPP has risen for the third consecutive week, recording an increase of 0.19p to average 137.96p/kg in the week ended March 23.

27th Mar 2019

NPANews

Where next for the British pig industry?


In an excellent article for the Government's Open Access website, NPA chief executive Zoe Davies has set out her thoughts on the future of the pig industry. 

26th Mar 2019

NPANews

Brexit discussion on the forum


There has been some interesting discussion about Brexit on the forum. 

26th Mar 2019

Brussels

The pig farmer has landed - in pictures


Wiltshire pig farmer Cameron Naughton has successfully completed his charity skydive, raising more than £3,000 so far.

25th Mar 2019

NPANews

Farmers Weekly Awards open for entries


The Farmers Weekly Awards nominations are open and the organisers are looking out for the best pig farmers in the country to showcase their achievements

22nd Mar 2019

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up - on hold


For a week that had a lot of significant things going on – not much really has happened in the grand scheme of things.

22nd Mar 2019

HealthWelfare

Fourth case of Swine Dysentery confirmed in one day


A fourth case of Swine Dysentery have been confirmed today on a pig farms in North Yorkshire. 

22nd Mar 2019

HealthWelfare

Swine Dysentery outbreaks - NPA reiterates biosecurity requirements


The NPA has highlighted the need for producers to adhere to the strictest biosecurity controls after four Swine Dysentery outbreaks were confirmed in a single day. 

22nd Mar 2019

Brussels

Brexit delay - NPA comment


We will not be leaving the EU on March 29, but Brexit day could come as soon as April 12, after EU leaders partially accepted the UK's request for a delay. 

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