< Seth Wareing: The impact of management and breed on the carbon footprint of beef
Seth Wareing

The UK beef industry has an opportunity to deliver quality beef with a low carbon footprint, in a sustainable, ethical, and profitable manner for all members of the supply chain believes Seth Wareing of the Stabiliser Cattle Company. He will use his platform at the BCBC Conference 2022 to explore how using the best management practices and genetics makes this possible.

With over 20 years’ experience in beef production, Seth has an in-depth knowledge of the sector and the global supply chain. As business manager of the Beef Improvement Group he is passionate about improving efficiencies in production from farm to fork. Meanwhile his role with the Stabiliser Cattle Company ensures that it delivers the complete package for UK and European suckler beef producers, from breeding stock to genetic evaluation, and access to a premium market. The result is a beef product with improved quality, production efficiencies, sustainability, and a reduced environmental footprint.

Seth began his career by training as a cattle nutritionist. He then spent eight years working with beef farmers across the UK and around the world to deliver independent nutrition consultancy. After this he then spent six successful years working for a large beef processor as agriculture manager, where he worked closely with retailers and food service to ensure delivery of a quality product.