Eblex launches new publication
Eblex has announced the launch of its new cattle and sheep publication, which will replace the current UK market survey starting this week.
The decision to launch a new publication, which will be called Cattle and Sheep Weekly (CSW), stemmed from levy-payers’ feedback, who wanted more market information in a more accessible format.
CSW is replacing the UK Market Survey and the European Market Survey, which have been published in the same format for more than 40 years. The two-page magazine will be published every Friday and will provide key market indicators, analysis of prices and short articles on other topical market issues or data releases in a shortened format.
A second monthly publication will also be released later this month, which will contain more in-depth analysis of market issues, including full coverage of international markets and supply forecasts.
Eblex sector director Nick Allen said: “For some time we’ve had requests from producers to publish this information in a format that is easier to digest. The new publications should achieve this, and adding the additional data to our website also means we can provide the industry with the most up-to-date information available.”
Eblex also said both publications are available free of charge and current subscribers to the UK and European Market Surveys will automatically receive the Cattle and Sheep Weekly. The monthly Cattle and Sheep Market Update will automatically be sent to previous subscribers to the Cattle Market Outlook or Sheep Market Outlook, as well as subscribers to the Market Surveys.
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