NEW ZEALAND NORTH ISLAND WELLINGTON MAKARA ANIMAL FEMALE ANIMAL MOTHER ANIMAL EWE© WestEnd61/REX/Shutterstock
The fall in imported New Zealand lamb volumes in 2017 has been welcomed by British producers, but indicators show levels will likely rebound next year. In the year to May 2017, New Zealand lamb imports were down 17.47% to 35,934t compared with the same period a year before, according to AHDB Beef & Lamb. This was due to a drop in New Zealand lamb numbers, down 1% to 23.7 million from fewer ewes – down 5.3% to 18.06 million, making […]
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