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10th Oct 2019

Environment

Environment Agency clarifies position on covering slurry stores


The Environment Agency has finally clarified the position on the requirement for farmers to cover slurry stores by February 2021. 

9th Oct 2019

NPANews

New developments for Livestock Information Service


AHDB has created a new company called Livestock Information Limited (LI Ltd) to manage the design and implementation of the Livestock Information Service.

9th Oct 2019

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Forum latest - Brexit: Is it time for something more robust to be considered?


In the latest forum post, Richard Longthorp seeks views on how the industry should respond to yesterday's massive no deal tariff setback. 

8th Oct 2019

Brussels

NPA warns of perfect storm after Government rejects tariff pleas


The NPA has warned of a ‘perfect storm’ for UK pork production after the Government rejected its calls to review damaging no deal import tariff plans.

7th Oct 2019

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'Rebellion' protests to target meat sector


A series of protests targeting the meat industry are planned this week, as part of the wider Extinction Rebellion protests.

7th Oct 2019

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AHDB begins search for new chair


AHDB has begun its search for a new chair to replace Sir Peter Kendall, whose term of office ends in March next year.

7th Oct 2019

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Members Area alert - animal rights activity


Another alert has been posted in the Members' Area regarding animal rights activity targeting the pig sector.

4th Oct 2019

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Important dates for the diary


A number of notable events are coming up that members might be interested in...

4th Oct 2019

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Congratulations to the 2019 Farmers Weekly Pig Farmers of the Year


Norfolk outdoor pig producers North Farm Livestock has been named as 2019 Farmers Weekly Pig Farmers of the Year. 

3rd Oct 2019

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US imposes new tariffs on EU pork exports


The Trump administration has imposed a new tariff of 25% on pork products from the EU as the trade dispute between the US and EU escalates.

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