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2nd Jun 2021


YNPA Challenge 21 - Get your running shoes on!

YNPA vice-chairman Jack Bosworth invites you take part or support YNPA's Challenge 21. 

2nd Jun 2021


Defra 10-yearly Agriculture Census is live

Defra is encouraging farmers to respond within two weeks to Agricultural Census, which is now live.

1st Jun 2021


New NPA website urges consumers to #PutBritishPorkonYourFork

The NPA has launched a new consumer-facing website to reinforce the messages behind the #PutBritishPorkonYourFork banner campaign.

31st May 2021


YNPA Challenge 21!

Today YNPA members have kicked off their charity challenge, YNPA Challenge 21, where they hope to collectively travel 883 miles to raise £883 for FCN.

27th May 2021


Prices continue to rise but margins hit by soaring costs

Pig prices continue to rise but crippling costs of production continue to hit profitbality across the pig sector. 

26th May 2021


Keep the #PutBritishPorkonYourFork banners coming!

More #PutBritishPorkonYourFork banner have been appearing around the country to help get the important message across to the public.

25th May 2021


The 2021 National Pig Awards are open for entries

The National Pig Awards are now open for entries, with the winners to be unveiled at an awards ceremony in London this autumn.

24th May 2021


EU Parliament Agriculture Committee backs cage ban - NPA reaction

MEPs have called for the European Commission to introduce new legislation paving the way for a ban on the use of cages in EU farming. 

24th May 2021


Members' Area - COVID support grant

A Government scheme to support businesses severely affected by COVID-19 has been updated so that more businesses, including farmers, are eiligible. 

22nd May 2021


NFU seeks 'urgent answers' over Government trade deal plans

The NFU is demanding 'urgent answers' from the government over its future trade policy as concerns over the proposed Australia deal grow.