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New Zealand sheep supply in spotlight at conference

AHDB | AHDB Beef and Lamb

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A review of the sheep meat supply in New Zealand will be among the key topics at this years AHDB Beef Lamb Annual Conference.

The topic will be the focus of a presentation by Beef and Lamb New Zealand’s Regional Manager for Europe, Dave Harrison, at the event which is free to levy payers and takes place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on November 3.

Delegates will also hear about the role of livestock in the environment, the future of EU/US trade for beef and lamb and global prospects for the sector.

Places for the conference, which will be opened by AHDB chairman Peter Kendall, are limited and are going fast.

Question and answer sessions will be held and delegates will also have the opportunity to network and meet with key AHDB Beef Lamb team members to discuss issues affecting the industry and the organisation’s wider work

Dr Phil Hadley, AHDB Beef Lamb head of global supply chain development, said: “Our annual conference is a key fixture in the industry calendar and is again proving popular with places going fast.

“It provides the perfect forum for industry stakeholders to come together and discuss the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Anyone who has not already registered to attend should do so to avoid missing out on what is a fantastic opportunity to get a full overview of where we stand and what lies ahead.”

The full conference programme can be found in the events section of the AHDB Beef Lamb website

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