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Markets and prices

Beef and lamb

Beef and lamb

Cereals and oilseeds

Dairy

Pork

Potatoes



Latest news

3 June 2020

The latest standard litre review shows increased milk quality and farmer size

4 June 2020

In the week ended 30 May, the GB deadweight NSL SQQ dropped almost 19p, to 526.7p/kg. Estimated kill has continued on the same trend as it has for most of 2020.

4 June 2020

The month of May has been relatively static across the industry in general. The initial lockdown caused a divergence in demand between the retail and food service sector.

4 June 2020

Red meat demand appears to have bounced back and is now overall slightly up year-on-year. Beef and pork have both recorded growth, while lamb is steady.

4 June 2020

Milk production growth is expected to be mixed in 2020, with the US showing the most growth.

4 June 2020

We take a more in-depth look at how coronavirus is impacting production and demand in some of the key European dairying regions.

4 June 2020

How many key GB pork processing plants would need to close before potential spare capacity elsewhere is exceeded?

3 June 2020

In the week ending 30 May, the EU-spec SPP paused its upward movement.

16 May 2019

A look at the dairy markets and where they might go next

11 September 2019

Limited growth in milk supplies in the second half of the year points to relatively stable dairy markets at home and abroad.

3 June 2020

Across the board GB deadweight cattle prices have continued on an upwards trend. During the week ending 30 May, the all-prime average measure increased 7.5p week-on-week.

3 June 2020

The GB cattle population at 1 April 2020 was smaller than at the same point in 2019, according to data from British Cattle Movement Service. The total number of cattle under 30 months was back by around 74,500 head.

11 September 2019

Looking back over the past five years there is very little link between GB farmgate and retail prices. Although the overall average retail price appears to fluctuate week-on-week, this is really because of changes in the weekly mix of products sold.

28 May 2020

Exports from New Zealand were subdued during quarter one. pril brought with it a change in dynamic. With many Asian countries, including China, beginning to recover from coronavirus, shipments increased. Exports to Europe however dropped, as demand was weak, also due to coronavirus.

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