Australian lamb slaughter is forecast to reach its lowest level since 2012 as poor conditions that impacted 2018 are expected to continue to affect sheep meat supply this year, according to Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) 2019 Sheep Industry Projections. Lamb slaughter is forecast to decline 7 per cent in 2019 to 21.2 million head, … Continue reading Australian lamb slaughter to decline in 2019
Lamb entries have defied Australian drought conditions to be named the winner of the 2018 Dick Stone perpetual trophy at the Sydney Royal Taste of Excellence Awards. The trophy was won by Victoria’s Woodward Foods Australia for its export grade Lamb (USA). The awards night was held at the Sydney Showground on the 21st of … Continue reading Lamb wins big at Sydney Royal Taste of Excellence Awards despite drought
Australia is the leading supplier of red meat to the world and Australians are among the highest red meat consumers according to a new report.
China’s dominance in world meat trade is set to grow out to 2020, albeit at a slowing rate, seeing opportunities for Australia’s beef and sheepmeat exports to China come from extracting value, rather than volume growth in an increasingly competitive market. This is the key finding from Rabobank’s recently-released paper, Australian Red Meat Exports to … Continue reading Value key to beef & sheepmeat exports to China: report
The producer of New Zealand’s most consistently tender and tasty lamb in the last ten years has been announced today at the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Golden Lamb Awards, aka the Glammies.
South Australian meat processor, Thomas Foods International says it will boost its beef processing capacity by up to 25 per cent with a new beef boning facility.