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Major agricultural exporters such as the US and Canada are looking to change UK food standards as part of the negotiation on splitting the EU’s Tariff Rate Quotas after Brexit, according to a new report.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has called for a ban on all non-stun meat exports after it was revealed millions of pounds’ worth of UK lambs slaughtered without stunning are to be sent to Saudi Arabia.
The Welsh national Texel sale at Welshpool saw a top call of 6500gns three times with averages up in both the shearling rams and ram lambs and 21 per cent more ram lambs sold than at last year’s fixture.
The US Agriculture Secretary spent an entire meeting with MPs talking about how he was going to get chlorinated chicken into the UK market, according to Neil Parish, chair of the Efra select committee.
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis has shocked the UK agricultural community by lobbying for a trade deal which benefits American farmers during a recent trip to Washington. Abi Kay and John Wilkes report.
Agricultural groups have reacted with anger to a claim by Farming Minister George Eustice that a drop in the value of the pound would ‘offset’ any additional tariff costs in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The British Egg Industry Council (BEIC) has submitted a series of freedom of information (FOI) requests to find out why the Government has chosen not to apply tariffs to egg imports in a no-deal Brexit.