Three Aberdeen Angus heifers standing in pasture© Wayne Hutchinson/FLPA / imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock
The beef trade is unlikely improve in the short term, according to Quality Meat Scotland. The market remains well supplied with cattle and numbers show no signs of drying up, the levy board said. QMS head of economics services Stuart Ashworth presented his outlook when the body proposed its plan for the year ahead on Monday (25 April). See also: Pressure mounts to exclude beef from trade deal  The Scottish all-steers deadweight price fell from 352.6p/kg at the start of […]
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