Increasing the global demand for English beef and lamb

The AHDB Beef & Lamb 2015 annual conference took place on Tuesday 3rd November at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.  The well-attended event, opened by AHDB Chairman Peter Kendall, looked at global markets, supply and the opportunities ahead for beef and lamb. Delegates also had the chance to raise topical questions during two Q&A panel sessions, as well as meet with key AHDB Beef & Lamb staff to find out more about work being undertaken on behalf of the sector.

You can download the presentations from the day by clicking on the relevant link below:

The role of livestock in the environment – Pr. Michael Lee,  Reader in Livestock Systems, University of Bristol

The future for US/EU trade for beef and lamb – Stan Phillips, Agriculture Counsellor, US Embassy

Review of New Zealand sheep supply – Dave Harrison, Regional Manager Europe, Beef and Lamb New Zealand

Update on AHDB Beef & Lamb stakeholder activity work

Better Return Programme activity update – Chris Lloyd, Industry Development Manager, AHDB Beef & Lamb

Research to delivery more efficient animals – Kim Matthews, Head of R & D, AHDB Beef & Lamb

Trade Marketing update – Mike Whittemore, Head of  Trade Marketing, AHDB Beef & Lamb

French Market Activity and EU Lamb Campaign – Remi Fourrier, Export Manager, AHDB Beef & Lamb

Inspiring consumers to cook with beef and lamb – Jane Ritchie-Smith, Head of Consumer Marketing, AHDB Beef & Lamb

The outlook for English beef and Lamb – Nick Allen, AHDB Beef & Lamb Market Development Director

View the conference in tweets here.