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Fri, May 25th, 2018
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Fri May 25, 7:26AM CDT
Live cattle futures were down 35 cents to $1.05 on the day. Feeder cattle futures were mostly lower, with May expiring higher at $136.40. The CME feeder cattle index was up $1.01 on May 23 at $134.44. Wholesale boxed beef values were lower on Thursday afternoon. Choice boxes were down $1.08 at $229.00, with Select boxes 11 cents lower at $204.93. Week to date FI cattle slaughter was estimated at 479,000 head through Thursday. That is 5,000 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 report is scheduled for this morning at 11 AM CDT. Actual exports totaled 16,137 MT, 18.72% larger than last year. Total commitments of beef exports are 15.1% larger than the same time last year. Cash trade was fairly quiet on Thursday, with a few light reports of $114-115 sales.
Fri May 25, 7:26AM CDT
Lean hog futures were one of the bright spots in the commodity complex on Thursday, with most contracts steady to 55 cents higher. 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 70 cents at $74.11 on Thursday afternoon. The rib was the main cause, down $20.50 in one day. The national base hog weighted average price was a penny lower at $64.78 in the afternoon. The USDA estimated weekly FI hog slaughter at 1.833 million head through Thursday. That is up 7,000 head from last week and 63,000 above the same week in 2017. Shipments of pork were tallied at 25,064 MT in the week of 5/17, 14.6% above the same week in 2017. Pork export commitments are not 4.2% larger than last year at this time.
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