Beef & Lamb

14 January 2020

During October 2019, UK fresh and frozen sheep meat imports declined 14% year-on-year, to 3,200 tonnes.

13 January 2020

UK beef and veal production stood at 82,800 tonnes in November, similar to year-earlier levels.

15 January 2020

It is well known that the UK both imports and exports sheep meat throughout the year.

16 January 2020

Global beef and veal production* is expected to reach 61.86 million tonnes CWE in 2020.

13 January 2020

During November, UK lamb kill totalled 1.2 million head, a similar number to in November 2018 but down just over 60,000 head month-on-month.

13 January 2020

The number of lambs on UK farms on the 1 June 2019 is pegged at 16.7 million head.

16 January 2020

Exports have increased so far this year, although they continue to account for less than a fifth of domestic production. Although export volumes are higher, export prices are lower.

13 January 2020

During October, UK exports of fresh and frozen beef continued on the trend of 2019, recording another year-on-year increase.

2 March 2020

During Q3 2019, GB cattle registrations totalled 608,800 head

13 January 2020

Much attention has been paid to UK exports so far this year, which have been increasing in volume, but at lower prices. But, what has been happening on the import side, and perhaps more importantly why?

13 January 2020

The GB cattle population as at 1 October 2019 fell compared to last year.

13 January 2020

Around 75,000 tonnes of beef that currently comes in tariff free, either from within the EU or from outside it under a specific quota, could now be subject to tariffs.