Beef & Lamb

16 October 2019

Why has the GB prime cattle price been falling since September 2019? News and insights

8 November 2019

Join AHDB & Field Options for a meeting looking at making the most of fodder beet, at Bicton College near Budleigh in Salterton. Our speaker for the day will be Dr Jim Gibbs, fodder beet grazing specialist from Lincoln University, New Zealand.

14 October 2019

A new online training programme has been launched for pork to help expand the reservoir of meat skills and increase knowledge of cuts in the supply chain.

17 October 2019

Flexitarians are on the rise but has veganism been over-stated? How has market saturation affected meat and dairy sales?

14 October 2019

Combining Calabrian oil with Leicestershire farmed beef, chef and TV presenter Joe Hurd has shared his British take on a classic Italian dish.

11 October 2019

Farmers are being called to share their views to shape standards for apprenticeships which will develop the next generation of skilled workers.

4 November 2019

AHDB & Field Options optimising fodder beet in livestock systems event, kindly hosted by James Drummond at Lemmington Hill Head Farm near Alnwick, with key speaker Dr Jim Gibbs, fodder beet grazing specialist from Lincoln University, New Zealand.

21 November 2019

Martin Williams and Russell Price will be joined by Professor Alan White from The Centre for Men’s Health

8 October 2019

Every two years, thousands of influential visitors from around the world descend on Cologne for Anuga – making it one of the most important industry events in the calendar.

7 October 2019

One of Liverpool’s leading chefs has taken up the challenge to inspire cooks across the country to use lesser-used cuts of beef and lamb in dishes.

4 October 2019

Analysis of the number of doses of key vaccines authorised for use in cattle and sheep in 2018. This is an update to a report we published in November 2018, on the use of vaccines in dairy and beef cattle between 2011 and 2017.

4 October 2019

If the UK leaves the EU in a ‘no-deal’ scenario, it will no longer be able to enjoy the benefits of trade agreements the EU has with other countries. In this article, we look at the progress that has been made in rolling over these deals and what it means for agri-food trade.