30 June 2020
This article focuses on the main factors that will influence the red meat sector in the coming years, particularly in light of the two major events of 2020, the coronavirus outbreak, and the upcoming deadline for Brexit.
4 June 2020
How many key GB pork processing plants would need to close before potential spare capacity elsewhere is exceeded?
30 April 2020
In the face of a turbulent global environment, British pig prices have held firm so far this year. What might the rest of the year have in store?
17 April 2020
Economic forecasts have been significantly revised
1 April 2020
With such a great importance placed on imports of soyameal for the UK livestock supply chain, there is a need for greater focus on the global logistics and trade flows.
24 March 2020
Using Defra and HMRC data, as well as AHDB’s own eating out review of 2019, it’s possible to approximate how supply and demand balance for each red meat in the UK.
12 March 2020
In the first budget since the 2019 general election, the agricultural sector retained red diesel subsidies, for another year at least, despite them being scrapped for most sectors.
26 February 2020
Here, we look at how our November production forecast compares with actual numbers over the past few months.
26 February 2020
Current proposals are for a tiered system targeted at different scales
15 January 2020
The EU Commission’s working group forecasts, produced last autumn, indicate that the average price for E-grade pigs will be over €200/100kg for most of this year.
19 December 2019
The European Commission has produced two scenarios for China’s ASF recovery – one slower, and one faster.