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sheepmeat

[ˈʃiːpmiːt] Ncarne f de oveja
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PRICES for both beef and sheepmeat are set to come under further pressure this year with UK production forecast to rise during 2016.
``This will include action to ensure that no `unsafe' sheepmeat enters the human food chain, and to recall sheepmeat, sheep products and sheep-derived products which are deemed to pose a threat.''
The sheep national envelope pack age was announced in December as part of a European-wide reform of the Sheepmeat Regime.
WELSH sheepmeat production fell 7% to 5,200 tonnes in December, according to the latest market analysis by Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC).
Develop an effective metrics scheme for beef, sheepmeat and pigmeat producers.
"2001 is a year to forget - the loss of export markets and the cost of foot-and-mouth controls have led to a reduced market for lamb and very depressed prices." The calculation of the SAP is based on the average EU sheepmeat price so the very strong market prices on the Continent have reduced the overall premium.
The Commission started thinking about a new overhaul late last year when it carried out an evaluation of the common organisation of the market in sheepmeat and goatmeat.
"Reduced demand for sheepmeat in China and early marketing due to droughts in the country have resulted in New Zealand supplies of lamb being higher," said Miss Morris.
"Vaccination did not have the support of farmers, the contiguous cull did" A "vaccinate to live" policy would have seen the end of the sheepmeat industry in Wales, he said.