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13th Nov 2023

NPANews

Have your say on Defra's contractual practice review - only a few days left to respond


The next stage of Defra’s review of contractual practice in the pig sector is now underway and members are being asked for their views.

13th Nov 2023

NPANews

Bluetongue detected in Kent - what it means for pigs


Bluetongue has been confirmed in a single cow near Canterbury, Canterbury, Kent, following routine surveillance for the virus. 

10th Nov 2023

NPANews

NPA blog: Getting to know the industry in my first two weeks in the role


The NPA's newest staff recruit, Katie Jarvis, gives her thoughts on her first two weeks in the role. 

10th Nov 2023

NPANews

Young NPA members - subscription reminder!


Young NPA members are reminded that new subscription fees are due by the end of this month.

10th Nov 2023

NPANews

Levy payers challenge AHDB sector chair Mike Sheldon over proposed levy hikes


Levy payers posed a range of searching questions to AHDB Pork Sector chair Mike Sheldon during an online AHDB event on Thursday. 

9th Nov 2023

NPANews

NPA Elections 24: First producer nomination is in!


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

8th Nov 2023

NPANews

Charlie selected as Conservative Party candidate for next General Election


Charlie Dewhirst has been selected as the Conservative Party candidate for Bridlington and The Wolds at the next General Election.

8th Nov 2023

NPANews

Three new members appointed to AHDB Sector Council


Three new appointments have been made to AHDB’s Pork Sector Council, while three members have been re-appointed. 

8th Nov 2023

HealthWelfare

We will keep battling to strengthen our ASF border controls


Charlie Dewhirst explains how the NPA is continuing to push Government to strengthen the UK’s protections against ASF.

7th Nov 2023

NPANews

Zoe receives OBE at Buckingham Palace


Former NPA chief executive Zoe Leach has received her well-deserved OBE at Buckingham Palace.