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3 April 2020

Weekly update of dairy markets 30 March - 3 April

2 April 2020

In December AHDB released its forecasts for cattle and sheep production. Since then the market has changed dramatically with much of Europe now in ‘lockdown’ due to coronavirus. Sheep prices have come under pressure with a lack of demand both domestically and in Europe, and the cattle industry is struggling with carcase balance.

3 April 2020

The GB liveweight OSL SQQ fell a further 18.6p, to 202.15p/kg, in the week ending 1 April. Taking the last two weeks together, prices have dropped by 47.9p/kg.

2 April 2020

New Zealand volumes of sheep meat to the EU plus UK were marginally up during the first two months of 2020 at just shy of 25,000 tonnes. New Zealand’s usage of its EU quota (which for now includes the UK) during the first three months of the year was steady on-the-year.

2 April 2020

Over the past four months deadweight cattle prices across Europe have largely been on the rise. However, in the most recent weeks prices have stabilised in euro terms.

2 April 2020

EU weaner prices have remained elevated in Q1 2020, but have eased in recent weeks

2 April 2020

As at 1 March, pig numbers in the US recorded a 4% increase compared to the previous year.

2 April 2020

The performance of the GB feeding herd was mixed in the 12 months to December 2019.

1 April 2020

We look at the reasons why certain processors have announced such dramatic price changes.

1 April 2020

The EU-spec SPP rose slightly in the week ending 28 March, by 0.24p to average 163.39p/kg.

1 April 2020

Average deadweight prime prices rose in the latest week, while cow prices fell.

1 April 2020

EU wholesale prices have been in decline, as markets become more restricted due to measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19