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3rd Oct 2018

NPANews

AHDB - make sure you have your say on its future!


The NPA is urging members to take this unique opportunity to have your say on the future of AHDB.

2nd Oct 2018

Brussels

May confirms plans to cut numbers of EU 'low-skilled' workers


Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed plans to cut the numbers of so-called ‘low-skilled’ migrant workers to the UK after we leave the EU.

2nd Oct 2018

Brussels

Gove bangs the drum for British farming, but key question remains unanswered


Defra Secretary Michael Gove has been prominent at the Conservative Party Conference, frequently banging the drum for British farming.

1st Oct 2018

NPANews

Andrew Cracknell appointed as Tulip CEO


Andrew Cracknell has been appointed as CEO of Tulip, replacing Danish Crown CEO Jais Valeur in the role with immediate effect. 

1st Oct 2018

NPANews

Red Tractor to discuss consumer campaign in webinar


Red Tractor CEO Jim Moseley will host a webinar in mid-October to discuss the explain the forthcoming changes to the scheme. 

1st Oct 2018

NPANews

Exeter meeting to kick off this year's autumn regional meetings


The NPA's autumn regional meetings get underway this week, starting with the South West meeting on Tuesday. 

29th Sep 2018

Prices

The Final Countdown


Prices seem to be holding at recent levels although a lift in demand would work wonders.

27th Sep 2018

NPANews

Yorkshire pig farmer to feature in Lord Mayor's Show


North Yorkshire pig farmer Matthew Donald has been selected as one of eight young farmers who will be promoting British farming in next month's Lord Mayor’s Show. 

26th Sep 2018

NPANews

Forum latest - why is the fresh pork market so weak?


Have you caught up with the forum recently? 

25th Sep 2018

Brussels

Brexit no deal the worst of all worlds for UK pig industry


A Brexit ‘no deal’ could leave the UK pig industry facing a disastrous situation where exports to the EU are blocked but imports continue to flood in.

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