Livestock farming

Our teams have specialist and in-depth experience in key industries where marketing conditions demand specific expertise. Even in the most challenging or complicated business circumstances, you can be confident that our financial, tax, and strategic advice is always appropriate and effective. 

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Due to poor economic conditions, pandemic recovery, and declining UK meat consumption, livestock farmers are in the midst of a challenging year, with some livestock sectors, including red meat, being unevenly impacted.

Dairy farmers are also considering turning more towards automation as a result of the supply of labour becoming increasingly challenging. They’re also facing higher input costs, competition from consumer preference changes to products such as oat and almond milk, and consumer pressure to keep prices low. 

Despite the challenges many British farmers are facing, the global livestock industry is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 17.63% to 2030. Rapid innovation and increasing R&D are having a positive impact on the livestock industry, with the emergence of livestock monitoring systems enabling real-time monitoring of livestock to highlight early signs of sickness and bacterial or viral infection in the animals. 

Looking forward, livestock farms’ success will be defined by:

  • effective management of cash flow 
  • carbon footprint reporting and monitoring 
  • adapting to consumer behaviours 
  • adopting new technologies to reduce costs

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To ensure you receive the best advice, we get to know you, your business, and your ambitions – and then assess all your options.

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No matter the challenges you are facing, we understand them. Our specialist teams can help you to overcome these challenges, with advice that is tailored to your organisation.


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