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single authorised voter for your company)

Voting Q&As

Am I eligible to vote?
You may vote if your company is a paid-up allied industry member of NPA and you are authorised by the company to vote on its behalf. If you are in doubt please contact NPA.

What if I don't know my membership number?
It will help NPA staff if you give your membership number, but you may vote even if you cannot find your number.

Can I vote by paper ballot instead?
Yes, paper voting forms are being mailed to allied industry members who don't vote online.

How many votes may I cast?
Up to 10. If you vote for more than 10, your ballot form will be spoilt.

Must I cast ALL my 10 votes?
No, you may cast as few votes as you wish. But you must not cast more than 10 votes.

Where can I find out more about the candidates?
You can read the candidates' election addresses here.

Can my business colleagues vote also?
No, only one person may vote on behalf of an allied industry member.

Can I recall my online voting form if I make a mistake?
When you press the Check My Vote button you will be given the opportunity to correct any mistakes before submitting your vote.

Allied Industry Group election 2018

• NPA ALLIED INDUSTRY members are eligible to vote.
• Polls close noon, February 23, 2018.
• Vote for up to 10 candidates, but no more than 10.

Your name
Your company
Your NPA Number
(If you know it)
Your email address
Your phone number

BALLOT PAPER (Vote for up to 10 candidates)
Simon Davies
Meadow Quality
Andrew Zarkos-Smith
Zarkos-Smith Associates
Hugh Crabtree
Paul Hutton
Oli Bown
Thames Valley Cambac
Bob Dixon
Peter Bryant
A-One Feed Supplements
Alistair Cross
AB Agri
Paul Toplis
AB Agri
Gemma Thwaites
Garth Pig Practice
Craig Saunders
For Farmers
Michelle Sprent
Premier Nutrition
Lydia-Jane Harrison
Neil Spreckley
Biomin UIK
Laura Hancox
Jen Waters

January 22, 2018: On-line voting opens
Early February 2018: Candidates published in Pig World
February 5, 2018: Postal ballot for members who have not already voted on-line
February 23, 2018: Polls close
March 2018: Results published on-line and in Pig World

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