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EU maintains two thirds share of Chinese imports

29 January 2015

Chinese pork imports decreased by 3% on the year in 2014, bucking the trend of the previous four years.

UK Pig Meat Market Update out now

29 January 2015

The February edition of our UK pig meat market update is out now.

Time Running Out for Outlook - 29 January 2015

29 January 2015

Places are filling up fast at the AHDB Outlook Conference which takes place in less than a fortnight.

Feed market update - 28 January 2015

28 January 2015

Read our latest summary of developments on global markets for cereals and oilseeds.

UK pig prices - week ended 24 January 2015

28 January 2015

For the week ended 24 January, the EU-spec GB SPP averaged 139.90p, a fall of 0.92p on the week, the fifteenth weekly drop in sixteen weeks.

Deflation, low growth and political uncertainty: trouble in the EU

28 January 2015

The pound has hit a seven year high against the euro in the last few days as a series of events influence currency markets. This could have implications for pig markets.

Russian imports hit by trade bans

27 January 2015

New Russian trade figures show that pork imports were down 40% last year due to restrictions affecting the EU, Canada and the US. Prices have risen dramatically as a result.

January Pig Market Trends out now

27 January 2015

The January edition of Pig Market Trends (PMT) was published on Tuesday, including articles on 2014 in review, weaner prices, the US outlook and the Danish market.

South Korean imports up on the year

26 January 2015

South Korea imported 24% more pork in 2014 due to depressed domestic production and robust consumer demand.

More EU pigs killed in October

22 January 2015

EU pig slaughterings data for October from Eurostat indicate an increase on the year of 2%, to 22.7 million head.