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13th Jan 2023


Why Slurry Infrastructure Grants should become more accessible to pig producers in future

More pig producers should have the opportunity to benefit from the Slurry Infrastructure Grant in future. 

10th Jan 2023


Members' Area latest - APHA pig quarterly report

APHA’s Great Britain pig quarterly report: disease surveillance and emerging threats for Q3 has just been published. 

9th Jan 2023


Biosecurity drive: Applying high-health protocol to all pig units

Visitors to a recent AHDB pig club found out how high-health protocols can be adapted to protect against disease on all pig units. 

9th Jan 2023


Species re-introduction must take into account livestock impact, NPA tells MPs

The NPA has responded to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee's inquiry into species re-introduction.

5th Jan 2023


2022 was tough, but as NPA, we promise to do all we can to make 2023

Writing in the January issue of Pig World, NPA chief executive Lizzie Wilson looks forward to better things in 2023.

31st Dec 2022


A more optimistic start to 2023 - but we need to get profitability back into pig businesses

In his New Year message, NPA chairman Rob Mutimer says 2023 must be the year that sees profitability return to pig farming.  

29th Dec 2022


What will 2023 bring after the hardest of times for the British pig sector?

NPA vice-chairman Hugh Crabtree sets out his hopes for better times ahead in 2023, after the hardest of times for the UK pig sector. 

28th Dec 2022


NPA seeks clarity on regionalisation in event of ASF outbreak

The NPA is seeking clarity on whether the regionalisation approach in the EU would apply to pork exports in the event of an ASF outbreak in the UK.

27th Dec 2022


Please don't let up on your biosecurity!

We are urging all pig producers to be extra vigilant with your biosecurity over the festive period and into the New Year. 

25th Dec 2022


Merry Christmas from the NPA!

Festive greetings from the NPA.