Beef

26 July 2021

What’s the difference between carbon trading and carbon offsetting? What do they mean for UK agriculture?

26 July 2021

There are lots of facts and figures relating to the carbon footprint of food and farming. AHDB data analysts breakdown what they mean and why they are different.

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.

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

20 July 2021

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

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.

14 July 2021

In the week ending 10 July, the average deadweight GB all-prime cattle price stood at 400p/kg, up 1.4p on the week before.

14 July 2021

From seedbed preparation to post-establishment management, follow these tips for the successful establishment of herbal leys.

14 July 2021

See our information on choosing species for herbal leys and how to manage for grazing and silage.

14 July 2021

See our information on the benefits of herbal leys for livestock and the environment. You will find tips on managing bloat and the anthelmintic properties of herbal leys.

14 July 2021

The EU Commission has recently published its Short Term Outlook for EU agricultural markets in 2021. Here, we highlight some of the pertinent points for the meat markets.

14 July 2021

Read about the benefits of herbal leys, how to establish, and how to manage for grazing or silage.

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