pigs© Tim Scrivener
Next year looks set to be more positive for the pig sector, offering greater price stability after almost two years of depressed prices and negative margins. The shift in the pound/sterling exchange rate has narrowed the UK price premium compared with Continental supplies – allowing export growth into Europe. In addition, exports outside the EU look set to improve, with the quantity exported to China in 2016 increasing by more than 10% (in volume terms) compared with the previous year. See also: […]
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