Total United Kingdom production for the year ended May, 1964, represented 64 per cent. of consumption, compared with 57 per cent. for the year ended June, 1960, and 58 per cent. for 1951, when imports were at an abnormally low level. Between 1951 and 1963 home production of beef has increased by 53 per cent., of other carcase meat by 210 per cent., and of poultry by 267 per cent. Consumption per head of all meat rose over the same period by 58 per cent.