Chris Horseman is a former director of Informa Agribusiness Intelligence and now works for IEG Policy and Vu in a freelance consultant and editorial capacity.
He is a seasoned analyst of European and global agricultural and trade affairs. His specialist areas include the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), agricultural trade policy and the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
After graduating from the University of Birmingham (UK), Chris worked for a period of time at the European Commission before joining Informa as a Brussels Correspondent for Agra Europe in 1987.
Chris took up a senior editorial position in Agra Europe’s UK office in 1991, and became Editorial Director in 2006.
He is a regular speaker and moderator at agricultural conferences and seminars, and has made numerous appearances on TV and radio news programmes.
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It could be argued that, with the UK’s exit from the EU now scheduled less than two months away, the last thing British agribusiness needs at present is more uncertainty about the future course of UK agriculture policy.
European dairy product prices are continuing to rise, but there are signs that the autumn price surge for milk powder may be starting to lose at least some of its potency.
Prices for European cattle have risen again over the past week, continuing the pattern of a slow but steady market firming.
EU broiler prices have fallen sharply over the past week as a three-week-long price rally came to an end.
European lamb prices have pushed through the EUR500 barrier for the first time since June, as strong demand for sheepmeat comes up against increasing concern over supply volumes.
European pig prices have soared to their highest levels since the BSE crisis of 2001, as the irresistible force of unabated demand from the Fast East meets the immovable object of limited domestic supplies.