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Exciting news – Vesper has embarked on an expansive journey to cover all agri-commodity categories, and we’re thrilled to introduce ‘Meat’. From pork to lamb, beef to goat, and more, we’re bringing you pricing data from trusted industry partners and consolidating public sources into one view.

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Meat products we cover

Discover a comprehensive range of global meat prices. Explore our meat products below.

Cattle products we cover

Product overview:


Adult male cattle that are intact and often used for breeding purposes. Bull meat is less common in the market due to its leaner texture and stronger flavor.

Young Bulls

These are younger male cattle that haven’t reached full maturity. Their meat is generally leaner and can be tougher compared to older cattle.


Another term for young bulls, specifically referring to male cattle that are reared for meat production. The term is more commonly used in certain regions, like the UK.


Male cattle that have been castrated, typically known for producing high-quality beef. Steers are less aggressive than bulls and are raised primarily for their meat, which is tender and well-marbled.


Female cattle that have not yet borne a calf. Heifer meat is prized for its tenderness and flavor, often considered superior to older cows but slightly less marbled than steer meat.


Calves are young cattle of both sexes, usually up to a year old. Veal comes from calves, particularly dairy breed males. The meat from calves is known for its tenderness and lighter color compared to older cattle.


Refers to adult female cattle, primarily raised for breeding and dairy production but also for meat. We cover both lvwt and ddwt.

Pork products we cover

Product overview:


Pork is the meat derived from pigs and is a highly versatile and popular protein source. The value of pork is determined by factors such as quality, leanness, and cut, making it an economically significant product. We cover products including  cheek, loin, belly, mince, shoulder, ham, liver, ddwt, lvwt and more.


Hog refers to domestic pigs raised for meat production that have reached a marketable weight, which is usually around 250 pounds.

Pork Lean

Pork Lean refers to the leaner cuts of pork meat, typically with lower fat content and fewer calories. Known for its mild flavour and tender texture, lean pork is often used in health-conscious diets and cuisine. We cover pork lean deadweight from 45% to >60% and lvwt.

Animal Feed Pig

Animal Feed for Pigs is a nutritionally balanced mix designed to optimize growth, health, and meat quality in swine production. Comprising grains, proteins, and essential nutrients, it aims to maximize weight gain and lean muscle development. This feed is a vital component in the pig meat commodity industry, influencing both yield and profitability.

Game products we cover

Product overview:


In the meat commodity industry, rabbit meat is known for its lean, tender texture and mild flavour. Often considered a specialty or gourmet item, it is used in a variety of culinary applications, from stews to roasts. Due to its low-fat and high-protein content, rabbit meat is also valued as a healthier alternative to other meats. We also provide data for Rabbit lvwt and ddwt.

Goat and sheep products we cover

Product overview:


Lamb refers to the meat from young sheep, usually less than one year old. We cover products including lvwt, ddwt, fat lamb, heavy and light.


Sheep is sourced from mature sheep known for a stronger and tougher texture compared to lamb.


Mutton refers to the meat from adult sheep, typically over one year old. It is darker and has a more intense flavor compared to lamb, which comes from younger sheep. 

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