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26 July 2021

Markets ended last week slightly lower as the weather outlook for the US improved. China also cancelled 160Kt of US maize exports for the 2020/21 season, which ends on 31 August for maize.

22 July 2021

In the week ending 21 July, the GB average NSL SQQ rose by 9.4p on the week before to average 260.7p/kg.

22 July 2021

In the pork market, global pork production for 2021 has been increased from previous USDA forecasts to 105.1 million tonnes. This increase has been largely driven by high production in China as output rebounds after the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak.

22 July 2021

The latest Defra statistics release reports UK clean pig slaughter in June at 986,200 head.

21 July 2021

Finished pig prices continued to climb in the latest week. In the week ending 17 June, the EU-spec SPP lifted 0.78p to average 160.66p/kg.

21 July 2021

Prime cattle prices continued to climb in the week ending 17 July, with the GB all prime average at 400.8p/kg

21 July 2021

Global milk supplies were up 3.3% in May, providing an extra 26 million litres per day compared with May last year

22 July 2021

Daily GB milk volumes are now running 4.1 million litres per day lower than at peak, the most dramatic fall in at least 10 years.

20 July 2021

The latest OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook to 2030 has recently been published.

20 July 2021

Providing information on the most relevant market indicator to track milk prices

19 July 2021

With concerns for new crop production in many key exporting nations, the longer-term supply and demand picture looks more supportive. As global harvests progress, yield reports will be crucial.

15 July 2021

A total of 72,000 tonnes of beef and veal was produced in the UK during June, 8% lower year-on-year, according to Defra figures.

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