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6th May 2021


NPA member sends 1,000 breeding pigs to China

NPA member Charlie Thompson, from Northamptonshire, sent 1,000 breeding pigs to China last week. 

6th May 2021


SPP records biggest increase since August 2016

Pig prices continue their recovery, as the SPP rose by a massive 2.34p to average 147.44p/kg last week.

6th May 2021


NPA's Charlie Dewhirst to moderate DIT event on opportunities in US pork market

The NPA's Charlie Dewhirst will moderate what is certain to be an interesting discussion on opportunities for UK pork in the US today. 

6th May 2021


Pig & Poultry Forums - NPA's Rob Mutimer to give producer perspective in Pig Outlook forum

NPA chairman Rob Mutimer will set out pig producers' priorities during the Pig Outlook session at today's online Pig & Poultry Forums. 

5th May 2021


NPA joins forces with major food companies to warn Brazil over controversial land reforms

The NPA has joined forces with a group of around 40 major food companies in warning the Brazilian Government over controversial land reforms. 

5th May 2021


RSPCA Assured to return to 100% in-person assessments from May 17

All RSPCA Assured assessment will be in-person again from May 17, in line with the easing of Government COVID restrictions.

4th May 2021


NPA addresses inaccuracies in Times editorial

NPA chairman Rob Mutimer has written a letter to the Times to correct some glaring inaccuracies in a recent editorial. 

29th Apr 2021


Cross-party Parliamentary Committee backs NPA on EU exports

EFRA has published its report into EU exports of meat and shellfish, supporting the written and oral evidence given by the NPA to the inquiry.

28th Apr 2021


UK pork exports to the EU down 80% in February

The value of UK pork exports to the EU fell by 80% in February, compared with February 2020, as new Brexit rules and checks continued to stifle the trade.

27th Apr 2021


Pilgrim's Ashton plant on three-day week due to loss of China exports

Pilgrim's Ashton site has been forced to place around 100 employees from its abattoir section on a three-day week due to the suspension of China exports.