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30 June 2015 |Renewable Energy|Viewed 1088 times
Indian bovine exports are showing signs of slowing

India is a major player in the global bovine market and production and trade have been growing rapidly in the last 4 years. In 2014, Indian bovine mea...


26 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 238 times
SEPRA Market Report - 26th June 2015

The market appears to be fairly quiet with more than enough eggs available particularly Free Range, an awful lot of people are taking an early holiday...


22 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 305 times
SEPRA Market Report - 19th June 2015

The market, we said it would get interesting, didn't think we would see Colony dearer than Free Range, again it is the old supply and demand, a ...


17 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 994 times
Golden rules for winners in the EU poultry industry

The ongoing turbulent outlook for the EU poultry industry will further challenge the position of individual poultry companies. Rabobank believes that,...


15 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 378 times
SEPRA Market Report - 12th June 2015

The market prices are going up and likely to continue, basically with the Continental market firming up as they export eggs out with the EU there is n...


11 June 2015 |Forestry|Viewed 753 times
Lumber imports to China were close to record high in April

In April, the import volume of softwood lumber by China reached its second highest level on record as reported by the Wood Resource Quarterly. Importa...


8 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 449 times
SEPRA Market Report - 5th June 2015

The market is almost jumping up and down things are moving so fast, although there are sufficient supplies in the UK, Colony are pretty tight verging ...


3 June 2015 |Renewable Energy|Viewed 489 times
Monthly Farming Update June 2015

Policy issues 1 Proposals for mandatory country of origin labelling for dairy products have been rejected by the European Commission claiming that vol...


1 June 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 448 times
SEPRA Market Report - 29th May 2015

The market it's the old swings and roundabouts again, an awful lot of Colony production out, so prices are up, there is a lot of new Free Range ...


29 May 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 815 times
Avian Flu challenging global trade

The global case of avian flu has had a big impact on international markets. The global trade streams and prices are expected to remain under pressu...


26 May 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 487 times
SEPRA Market Report - 22nd May 2015

The market is quiet (one comment it is like February) but stable and looks like it is going to get very interesting, speaking to our Continental frien...


18 May 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 620 times
SEPRA Market Report - 15th May 2015

The market, although a lot of prices are down consensus of opinion is that is it, there should be no further reductions and the market is quiet but re...


8 May 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 684 times
SEPRA Market Report - 8th May 2015

The market is sort of static, no real change price wise, but there are eggs about now, hopefully the market will now steady after the large price redu...


1 May 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 796 times
SEPRA Market Report - 1st May 2015

The market, it looks like English bank holidays are not too good for our industry as there are suddenly eggs available almost everywhere and there is ...


29 April 2015 |Forestry|Viewed 1276 times
Importation of logs to China jumped 76% in March

Log arrivals to China surged in March with an increase of 76% over the previous month.This came after almost a year of declining log imports, reports ...


24 April 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 752 times
SEPRA Market Report - 24th April 2015

The market is still holding up not too badly a lot more Free Range about but they are finding a home. The good weather that we are having is obviousl...


20 April 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 779 times
SEPRA Market Report - 17th April 2015

Apologies for no report last week, the office was in the middle of the Irish Sea off the Welsh coast on board the Tall ship La Malouine on passage for...


7 April 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 1040 times
SEPRA Market Report - 3rd April 2015

The market appears to have been pretty busy and is still busy on the run up to Easter, but prices are being pulled back in anticipation of price drops...


7 April 2015 |Poultry|Viewed 1048 times
Beak Tipping - The right (and only decision) please

As long ago as in 2000, worries about the thought that flocks of hens may have to have untrimmed beaks had already emerged. As a result of this, an en...


6 April 2015 |Forestry|Viewed 1331 times
Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 2014

Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 2014 and the GSPI price index in the 4Q/14 was at the lowest level in two years, reports the Wood Reso...


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26 June 2015 | Viewed 238 times

SEPRA Market Report - 26th June 2015

The market appears to be fairly quiet with more than enough eggs avail...


22 June 2015 | Viewed 305 times

SEPRA Market Report - 19th June 2015

The market, we said it would get interesting, didn't think we wo...


15 June 2015 | Viewed 378 times

SEPRA Market Report - 12th June 2015

The market prices are going up and likely to continue, basically with ...


8 June 2015 | Viewed 449 times

SEPRA Market Report - 5th June 2015

The market is almost jumping up and down things are moving so fast, al...


3 June 2015 | Viewed 489 times

Monthly Farming Update June 2015

Policy issues 1 Proposals for mandatory country of origin labelling fo...


1 June 2015 | Viewed 448 times

SEPRA Market Report - 29th May 2015

The market it's the old swings and roundabouts again, an awful l...


26 May 2015 | Viewed 487 times

SEPRA Market Report - 22nd May 2015

The market is quiet (one comment it is like February) but stable and l...


18 May 2015 | Viewed 620 times

SEPRA Market Report - 15th May 2015

The market, although a lot of prices are down consensus of opinion is ...


8 May 2015 | Viewed 684 times

SEPRA Market Report - 8th May 2015

The market is sort of static, no real change price wise, but there are...


1 May 2015 | Viewed 796 times

SEPRA Market Report - 1st May 2015

The market, it looks like English bank holidays are not too good for o...


27 April 2015 | Viewed 1481 times

Price discrepancy between hardwood and softwood ch...

The price discrepancy between overseas traded hardwood and softwoodchi...


24 April 2015 | Viewed 752 times

SEPRA Market Report - 24th April 2015

The market is still holding up not too badly a lot more Free Range abo...


20 April 2015 | Viewed 779 times

SEPRA Market Report - 17th April 2015

Apologies for no report last week, the office was in the middle of the...


7 April 2015 | Viewed 1040 times

SEPRA Market Report - 3rd April 2015

The market appears to have been pretty busy and is still busy on the r...


7 April 2015 | Viewed 1048 times

Beak Tipping - The right (and only decision) pleas...

As long ago as in 2000, worries about the thought that flocks of hens ...


6 April 2015 | Viewed 1331 times

Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 20...

Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 2014 and the GSPI pric...


1 April 2015 | Viewed 868 times

April 2015 Monthly Farming Update

The April 2015 Monthly Farming Update from Chavereys Chartered Account...


31 March 2015 | Viewed 780 times

SEPRA Market Report - 27th March 2015

The market is fair to good and improving demand wise, prices are holdi...


20 March 2015 | Viewed 824 times

SEPRA Market Report - 20th March 2015

The market is sort of balanced, Lion Code supplies are very tight and ...


17 March 2015 | Viewed 766 times

SEPRA Market Report - 13th March 2015

The market is more than a bit frantic, although there is a no change s...



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