Beef & Lamb

21 September 2020

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22 September 2020

Recently (11th September), the UK government announced that the UK-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement had been agreed in principle by the two parties.

18 September 2020

Good communication is key to reducing the risk of COVID-19 spread. Here are some good practice examples.

22 September 2020

Find out about managing the seasonal workers aspect of your business.

18 September 2020

George Brown started a joint venture on a Hampshire estate last December and is getting to grips with grass growing – or the lack of it!

12 October 2020

Being an employer comes with the added responsibility of leading and motivating your workforce

18 September 2020

A cash flow forecast will help you to understand when your business will go into deficit, or breach your overdraft limit, helping you to take action in advance

17 September 2020

The latest HMRC data shows that beef imports in July were down 12% year-on-year, while exports stayed more in-line with the five-year average.

17 September 2020

Import volumes had been suppressed for several years and 2020 was no different. However, the farmgate price difference between British and New Zealand lamb has widened to the widest level for this time of year since 2016. This could mean that more New Zealand product is attracted onto the UK market.

17 September 2020

Numbers of cattle in Great Britain continued to be tighter year-on-year at 1 July, according to the latest data from BCMS.

17 September 2020

In the week ending 16 September the GB liveweight NSL SQQ dropped 3p, to 208.78p/kg. Prices continue to trend at a high level for the time of year, being 44p above year earlier levels and up 43p on the five-year average.

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