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4th Aug 2021

NPANews

24 Hours in Farming coming up - a chance to showcase the best of the pig sector!


‘24 Hours in Farming’, the agricultural industry’s biggest online event, begins tomorrow.

4th Aug 2021

HealthWelfare

ASF detected across Dominican Republic - report


ASF has been detected in 11 provinces in the Dominican Republic, prompting the slaughter of ‘tens of thousands of pigs’. 

4th Aug 2021

NPANews

AGM reminder


The NPA's AGM will take place on September 14 at The Manor Hotel Meriden, Warwickshire at 4pm.

3rd Aug 2021

Prices

Pork market to remain challenging - AHDB pork outlook


The pork market is set to remain challenging, according to AHDB’s latest Pork Outlook report.

2nd Aug 2021

HealthWelfare

Dominican Republic ASF discovery puts US pork sector on highest alert


The discovery of ASF in two regions of the nearby Dominican Republic (DR) has put the US pork sector on the highest alert. 

2nd Aug 2021

NPANews

Members Area alert - animal rights activity


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

30th Jul 2021

HealthWelfare

Estimated £200m industry cost of converting to free farrowing systems


Converting to free farrowing systems could cost the UK pig sector more than £200 million, according to a leading buildings and equipment supplier.

30th Jul 2021

NPANews

Second tranche of COVID compensation made available to NI pig producers


A further £1.6 million COVID-19 compensation scheme for eligible pig producers has opened in Northern Ireland. 

29th Jul 2021

NPANews

Defra issues updated guidance for 'reasonable excuse' exemptions from self-isolation


Defra has issued updated guidance setting out the details around 'reasonable excuse' exemptions from self-isolation that will apply until August 16.

29th Jul 2021

HealthWelfare

NPA welcomes new UK-wide AMR surveillance programme


The NPA has welcomed a new £19.2 million Government programme to improve the detection and tracking of foodborne and antimicrobial resistant pathogens.