Beef

4 April 2019

Buying in livestock is risky and is the most likely way of introducing a new disease onto your farm. The cost of a disease outbreak can be huge. There are many potential diseases of concern as this checklist shows.

18 February 2019

The key to maximising financial returns is to produce and sell the type of finished cattle the marketplace wants and is willing to pay for. This booklet highlights the good and bad in terms of carcase quality, fat levels and conformation. It aims to help producers understand the specifications of the market, and to illustrate some of the factors that can affect carcase value and therefore producer returns.

14 February 2019

Meat and dairy from the UK will be in the spotlight this month at one of the world’s biggest annual food and beverage trade shows held in Dubai.

14 February 2019

An AHDB Beef & Lamb Webinar

11 February 2019

AHDB Beef and Lamb and Nigel Kendall from the University of Nottingham host this webinar looking at trace element supplementation in cattle and sheep.

30 January 2019

The first wave of AHDB’s Cheeky Beef campaign has brought an additional £1.2 million of retail sales to the thin cut steaks category, according to Kantar Worldpanel’s Consumer Mix Model.

14 February 2019

The latest edition of The Bulletin is now available to download. Topics include nutrition, breeding, costings and more.

25 January 2019

You could be missing out on EBVs linked to carcase traits that you get paid for

21 January 2019

With only 23 per cent of sires currently registered on passports, AHDB Beef & Lamb is urging farmers to start recording to improve profitability and boost competitiveness.

19 February 2020

UK exporters are set to benefit from a multimillion pound boost as Japan today opened its market to imports of UK lamb and beef.

7 March 2019

An introduction into the skills and knowledge needed to be an effective supervisor

7 March 2019

This practical event, run by AHDB & MLC Services Ltd, allows you to handle live animals and make your assessment of fat cover and conformation using the EUROP grid. You will then see the same animals on the hook in the chillers and the actual classification so you can compare the assessments made whilst the animals were alive.

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