Pig carcasses hanging in an abattoir© Photofusion/REX/Shutterstock
Steady demand has prompted a fall in pig slaughterings and a further price drop. Rising pig numbers and relatively weak demand across Europe could mean further price falls over the coming weeks in the UK, warned AHDB Pork. In the UK, a drop of 1.29p/kg took the EU-spec Standard Pigs Price (SPP) to 161.04p/kg in the week ended 23 September. This is the largest weekly fall since February 2016 and takes the SPP back to its early June level, said […]
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