Beef cows standing in field© FLPA/Rex/Shutterstock
A slowdown in Irish beef production in the autumn could reduce the threat to the UK’s beef sector that was expected this year, although supplies look likely to increase in the longer term. Bord Bia, Ireland’s food board, had forecast beef production to be significantly up on last year, but has more recently indicated that supplies for the rest of the year may tighten. This, combined with a weaker pound making Irish beef less attractive to UK processors, has pushed […]
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