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29th Jun 2018

Brussels

Ed's Brexit round-up


Ed's latest Brexit commentary looks at the impact Brexit could have on the trade in breeding pigs and genetics. 

29th Jun 2018

HealthWelfare

RUMA and Wayland Farms recognised in Antibiotic Stewardship Awards


The Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture (RUMA) alliance won two awards and Wayland Farms was highly commended at the Antibiotic Guardian Awards on Wednesday.

28th Jun 2018

NPANews

Guardian article highlights lessons from UK sow stall ban


An excellent article in the Guardian has highlighted the lessons of the 1999 sow stall ban as we negotiate our post-Brexit future. 

27th Jun 2018

NPANews

Forum entry - feeding catering waste. What do people think?


The latest post on the NPA forum discusses the campaign to again allow the feeding of catering waste to pigs. 

27th Jun 2018

NPANews

CO2 update - Tulip maintaining supplies but situation fluid


Tulip says it is maintaining its supply chain in the face of CO2 shortages, which is forcing it to halt production at its Brechin plant.

26th Jun 2018

HealthWelfare

CO2 shortage - latest update


We have an update for members on the situation regarding the CO2 shortages. 

26th Jun 2018

NPANews

Forum entry - What the **!! are ASDA doing?


The latest person to post on the NPA forum is deeply unimpressed by Asda's current performance. 

25th Jun 2018

NPANews

NPA condemns Asda over shocking British pork figures


The NPA has criticised Asda for its failure to support the British pig industry after the latest Porkwatch survey showed only a third of its pork was British.

25th Jun 2018

Prices

Karro acquires TS Bloor and Sons


Karro Food Group has boosted its added value pork production capability with the acquisition of TS Bloor & Sons for an undisclosed sum.

23rd Jun 2018

Prices

Peter Crichton market commentary


Pig prices have in general remained at very similar 'stand on' levels although the SPP moved up a useful 0.72p to stand at 150.07p/kg.

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