AUSTRALIA: Fall in meat production in December, particularly lamb, sheep and cattle
For the fifth consecutive month, lamb production in Australia has decreased. In December, the number of lambs slaughtered dropped by 100,000 from November's figures, totalling 1.5m, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). An even more dramatic fall was recorded in the figures of sheep slaughter, with total meat production recorded at 26,600 tonnes. This represents a drop of 0.3 million sheep.
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