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Thu May 24, 11:59AM CDT
Live cattle futures are mixed on Thursday, with the front months 32.5 to 52.5 cents lower and back months higher. Feeder cattle futures are up 35 cents to $1.375, with May expiring today. The CME feeder cattle index was up 2 cents on May 22 at $133.43. Wholesale boxed beef values were mixed this morning. Choice boxes were down $1.07 at $229.01, with Select boxes 14 cents higher at $205.18. Week to date FI cattle slaughter was estimated at 358,000 head through Wednesday. That is 4,000 head larger than last week. Analysts are expecting to see May 1 cattle on feed at 11.535 million head, 4.9% larger than last year. The Cattle on Feed report is scheduled for Friday morning at 11 AM CDT. Export sales of beef were reported at 9,854 MT, a 10.1% drop from last week but 37.9% larger than last year. A few reports of light $114-115 cash trade across the Plains were being reported this morning.Jun 18 Cattle are at $104.925, down $0.525,Aug 18 Cattle are at $102.475, down $0.325,Oct 18 Cattle are at $105.900, up $0.150,May 18 Feeder Cattle are at $136.275, up $1.375Aug 18 Feeder Cattle are at $143.875, up $0.525Sep 18 Feeder Cattle are at $143.650, up $0.350
Thu May 24, 11:59AM CDT
Lean hog futures are currently a dime to a quarter lower at midday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 34 cents from the previous day to $69.03 on May 22. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was down 85 cents at $73.96 on Thursday morning. The rib was the main cause, down $23.31 in one day. The national base hog weighted average price was 27 cents higher at $65.06 in the morning. The USDA estimated weekly FI hog slaughter at 1.374 million head through Wednesday. That is down 6,000 head from last week but 48,000 above the same week in 2017. Pork sales for export were shown at 20,610 MT in the USDA report this morning. That was down 6% wk/wk but 17.3% larger yr/yr.Jun 18 Hogs are at $74.350, down $0.250,Jul 18 Hogs are at $76.125, down $0.100Aug 18 Hogs are at $74.925, down $0.100
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