National Statistics

Historical statistics notices on the number of cattle, sheep and pigs slaughtered in the UK, 2015

Previously published copies of the monthly National Statistics publication on the number of cattle, sheep and pigs slaughtered in the UK.

Documents

Figures to December 2015 (published 14 January 2016)

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Figures to November 2015 (published 17 December 2015)

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Figures to October 2015 (published 19 November 2015)

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Figures to September 2015 (published 15 October 2015)

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Figures to August 2015 (published 17 September 2015)

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Figures to July 2015 (published 20 August 2015)

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Figures to June 2015 (published 16 July 2015)

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Figures to April 2015 (published 21 May 2015)

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Figures to March 2015 (published 16 April 2015)

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Figures to February 2015 (published 19 March 2015)

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Figures to January 2015 (published 19 February 2015)

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Details

This publication gives previously published copies of the National Statistics publications on the number of cattle, sheep and pigs slaughtered in 2015 in the UK for human consumption, the average dressed carcase weights and the quantity of meat produced in the UK.

Each publication gives the figures available at that time.The figures are subject to revision each month as new information becomes available.

The latest publication and accompanying data sets can be found here

For further information please contact: julie.rumsey@defra.gsi.gov.uk
Twitter: @DefraStats

Published 19 March 2015
Last updated 18 February 2016 + show all updates
  1. United Kingdom Slaughter Statistics – December 2015 archived.
  2. Updated statistics notice and dataset to include November 2015 data.
  3. United Kingdom Slaughter Statistics – October 2015 archived.
  4. Figures to September 2015 (published 15 October 2015) added.
  5. Figures to August 2015 (published 17 September 2015) added.
  6. Figures to July 2015 (published 20 August 2015) added
  7. Figures to June 2015 (published 16 July 2015) added.
  8. Updated to include monthly figures for May 2015.
  9. Figures to April 2015 (published 21 May 2015) added.
  10. Updated with March 2015 data.
  11. Updated with February 2015 data.
  12. First published.