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14 January 2021

The UK produced 74,500 tonnes of beef and veal in December, up 5% year-on-year, according to Defra figures.

13 January 2021

For the week ending 9 January, the GB deadweight all prime price held relatively steady, lifting just 0.5p on the previous week to average 371.6p/kg.

13 January 2021

The latest figures from the UN FAO show that prices have been rising for most agricultural commodities.

7 January 2021

Defra’s latest set of Farm Business Income accounts have now been released. The figures are based on 2019/20 with an accounting year ending February 2020.

6 January 2021

The number of cattle in the UK at 1 June 2020 stood at 9.6 million head, 1% lower than it was the year before.

6 January 2021

GB deadweight cattle prices edged up into the New Year.

6 January 2021

UK ex-farm wheat prices gained throughout December, supported by a tight domestic supply.

23 December 2020

GB prime cattle prices have remained fairly steady over the last week. For the week ending 19 December, the GB all prime average totalled 366.6p/kg, a marginal decrease of just 0.2p on the previous week.

17 December 2020

On the 10 December, the UK signed a free trade agreement with Singapore which maintains UK access to that market after the UK leaves the EU.

17 December 2020

UK beef trade stills remains down on last year for both volumes of imports and exports.

16 December 2020

In the week ending 12 December, the GB all prime average stood at 366.8p/kg, down just over 4p on the week before.

10 December 2020

In November, UK beef and veal production dropped back on the year due to a reduction in slaughter.

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