Want to know what is going on with the lamb supply out of New Zealand and Australia?

The latest newsletter on Lamb has just arrived! Our mid-season update is an insight on lamb production Down Under.  Are you interested in knowing more about lamb and production? Every wonder how big (or in this case small) a lamb has to be to produce a 8 to 10 oz rack? Well! The wait is over click on over to our latest newsletter here.  Don’t forget to click the subscribe button to get newsletters direct to your email. We hope you enjoy this interesting and fact-filled edition on the lamb supply. The Spring edition will present a shift to beef and what you may see already happening.

Quotes from our Mid-Season Update:

It’s hard to believe we’re already midway through the production season Down Under. The turmoil of 2016 continues to influence international meat trade, with Brexit, weather, and geopolitics impacting both supply and demand. A late Spring meant a slow start to the season…

 

The New Zealand Beef + Lamb Economic Service’s Outlook for 2017 forecasts little change in overall exports based on a 3% decrease in lamb offset by an increase in beef cattle of 2.8%. Farmers’ confidence levels are split with cattle ranchers’ confidence relatively higher than their sheep counterparts.

 

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sheep on pasture

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