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20th Jul 2018

HealthWelfare

NPA responds to 'over-simplistic' BVA animal welfare infographic


The NPA has suggested that an infographic published today by the British Veterinary Association (BVA) paints an over simplistic view of animal welfare on pig farms. 

20th Jul 2018

NPANews

Opportunity to promote British pork in China


A fantastic opportunity to promote British food in China has arisen.

19th Jul 2018

Westminster

NPA highlights Brexit trade stance to Lib Dems


The NPA has highlighted its stance on post-Brexit trade policy to the Liberal Democrats.

18th Jul 2018

HealthWelfare

New training programme to promote responsible use of antibiotics


A new training programme has been launched to support the responsible use of animal medicines on farms. 

17th Jul 2018

Brussels

Highest recorded PRRS diagnosis in first quarter


The first quarter of 2018 saw the highest ever recorded diagnostic rate of PRRS, according to the latest GB Emerging Threats Quarterly Report. 

16th Jul 2018

NPANews

Farm Safety Week focuses on child safety


Farm Safety Week 2018 is under way, with the spotlight on child safety.   

16th Jul 2018

NPANews

AIG hears how poultry sector benefits from proactive communications


The British chicken sector is benefiting from a proactive approach to communications, the NPA’s Allied Industry Group heard at its latest meeting.

16th Jul 2018

Brussels

The pig sector can lead the way in delivering public goods


NPA senior policy advisor Ed Barker outlines why the pig sector, with the right support, can lead the way in delivering public goods.

13th Jul 2018

Brussels

NPA welcomes Government Brexit White Paper


The NPA has welcomed the Government’s White Paper that sets out plans for a close relationship with the EU after we leave the union.

13th Jul 2018

Brussels

Fresh pork down, sausage and bacon up


A 4% year-on-year drop in fresh pork retail sales was countered by rising bacon and sausage sales in the 12 weeks to June 17.