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NPA Elections 24: First producer nomination is in!

9th Nov 2023 / By Alistair Driver

The first producer nomination for election to the NPA Pig Industry Group is in.

NPA Election 2024 logoHelen Webb is Technical and Customer Director within the Agriculture Department of Pilgrims UK.

"I am a passionate advocate for all pig farmers in the UK and am keen to be able to give back to the industry which has supported my career to date through a producer role within the NPA PIG," she said in her manifesto, which you can read HERE

Helen becomes the second candidate to put her name forward, after A-One's Peter Bryant submitted his allied industry nomination

The deadline for nominations is January 8, 2024. 

PIG Elections

The NPA is seeking candidates for eight producer and four allied member seats on a streamlined PIG.

Producers will be elected on the basis of the most votes received, rather than on a regional basis. Efforts will be made to ensure a balance between indoor and outdoor production and independent and corporate producers.

Allied members will be elected via most votes in four categories – buildings/equipment, health, marketing/processing and nutrition.

Producers will only vote for producers, and allied industry for allied industry, with one vote per membership.

“The PIG is a brilliant mix of producers and the allied industry, and to make sure we move the industry forward, we need the best people to put their heads above the parapet for election," 
NPA chair Rob Mutimer said. 

“Elections for the PIG are just round the corner. If you want to be in the thick of policy making for the industry - now's your chance. We need the best to keep the NPA the best!” NPA vice-chair Hugh Crabtree added.

Find out more

  • Find out everything you need to know about the elections, including regular updates on who is standing, in our dedicated NPA Election 24 section HERE
  • And, you can read our Elections Q&A HERE