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8th Dec 2020

Brussels

'Resourcing crisis' could hit exports after January 1, NPA warns in joint letter


The NPA has joined forces with other industry bodies to signal ‘urgent concern about the continued unpreparedness of key agencies’ for EU Exit.

8th Dec 2020

Brussels

NPA Election 2021: Another allied industry nomination!


The latest nomination for the NPA Election is from A-One Feeds' Peter Bryant, who has spent 34 years working within the industry.

7th Dec 2020

NPANews

NPA Election 2021: First Midlands Producer nomination!


Another producer nomination for the NPA Election is in, with the Midlands now having its first candidate. 

7th Dec 2020

NPANews

AHDB sets out priorities for next five years


AHDB has set out its new five-year strategy, including plans to give levy payers a much bigger say in the service it delivers and its priorities.

4th Dec 2020

NPANews

PIG meeting: Challenging time for pig producers


The multiple challenges facing pig producers at the moment were highlighted during the latest Pig Industry Group meeting this week.

4th Dec 2020

NPANews

We have been left 'high and dry' - NPA Farming Today interview highlights concerns over breeding pig exports


Rattlerow’s Simon Guise has told the BBC why the imminent loss of the UK’s EU live breeding pig export trade is such a concern for the industry.

4th Dec 2020

NPANews

Members' Area updates - incinerators and enrichment survey


There are two new posts in the Members' Area today, one specifically for producers who own incinerators and another seeking views on enrichment. 

3rd Dec 2020

HealthWelfare

Government to ban live exports for fattening and slaughter


Defra has announced plans to ban the export of live animals for slaughter and fattening, among other proposed measures to improve animal welfare in transit. 

2nd Dec 2020

Prices

Important changes to the Agriculture Flat Rate Scheme


New conditions for entering and exiting the Agricultural Flat Rate Scheme (AFRS) are being introduced from January 1, 2021.

1st Dec 2020

HealthWelfare

Defra self-assessment form to help ensure compliance with avian flu restrictions


Defra has created a form to help keepers of poultry and other captive birds provide assurance that they are compliant with the required measures applying within the AIPZ.