Beef

24 September 2021

During the most recent week there have been a variety of challenges facing the beef industry. Despite these challenges in the most recent week saw cattle prices ticked up.

18 October 2021

Integrating beef cattle into arable rotations provides new opportunities for both beef producers and arable farmers.

21 September 2021

Using our milk forecasting tools, we can predict how many cows will leave the dairy industry over the coming year

16 September 2021

UK beef trade grew in both directions year-on-year in July, with imports up 15% and exports up 8%.

16 September 2021

UK beef production fell 2% year-on-year in August to 73,200 tonnes.

15 September 2021

Prime cattle prices have recorded marginal declines in the latest week. During the week ending 11 September the GB all prime average cattle price slipped 0.8p.

19 October 2021

Johnny Haimes from West Sherford Farm, Brixton, joined AHDB’s Farm Excellence project as a Beef and Lamb Strategic Farmer in 2017

14 October 2021

Ian Nobury runs a herd of 106 Aberdeen Angus suckler cows on his 100ha, predominantly grassland farm in Cheshire.

9 September 2021

This week Brazil banned exports of beef to China due to two atypical cases of BSE. As yet, it is unknown how long the restrictions will last; it will be for China to lift the ban, not Brazil. It could be a few weeks as it was in 2019, or perhaps longer.

8 September 2021

The GB all-prime average deadweight cattle price rose by 0.5p to 410.4p/kg in the week ending 4 Sep

6 September 2021

When it comes to raising the profit margin, AHDB’s new campaign ‘Maternal Matters’ brings the focus away from carcase traits and back to the maternal performance of the suckler cow.

3 September 2021

During the first five months of 2021, 2.7 million tonnes of beef was produced among EU member states, relatively unchanged on a year ago.

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