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Fri Mar 23, 3:34PM CDT
Lean hog futures finished the day with $1.325 to $2.925 losses, as April was down 10.73% this week. Thursday afternoon, China proposed a 25% tariff on US pork in response to President Trump’s proposal of tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum. The CME Lean Hog Index on March 21 was down 60 cents from the previous day to $63.03. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was steady $70.74 on Friday afternoon. The national base hog weighted average price was $1.03 lower at $52.96 in the Friday PM report. The USDA estimated FI hog slaughter at 2.291 million head through Saturday. That is down 4,000 head from the previous week but 100,000 head more than the same week last year. Pork export sales for the week ending 3/15 were shown at 19,528 MT. Exports of pork were slightly below last week at 24,074 MT, but were 1.5% above last year.Apr 18 Hogs closed at $58.425, down $2.900,May 18 Hogs closed at $65.225, down $2.925Jun 18 Hogs closed at $74.150, down $1.325
Fri Mar 23, 3:34PM CDT
Live cattle futures were down 4.29% on the week in nearby April, as the front months lost $1.425 to $2.20 on Friday. Feeder cattle futures were $1.225 to $1.925 lower on the day, with March losing 3.05% this week. The CME feeder cattle index was down $1.41 on March 22 at $137.98. Wholesale boxed beef values were sharply lower on Friday afternoon. Choice boxes were down $2.12 at $223.09, with Select boxes $1.62 lower at $216.40. Estimated weekly FI cattle slaughter is at 607,000 head through Saturday, 12,000 above last week but 6,000 below the same week in 2017. Export sales of beef during the week of March 15 totaled just 6,045 MT, a marketing year (MY) low. A reduction of 2,700 MT was reported for Japan. Shipments of beet were reported at 16,744 MT, the seconds largest this year. This afternoon’s Cattle on Feed report showed February placements of 1.817 million head, up 7.26%, with marketings up 1.64% at 1.675 million head. March 1 cattle on feed ran 8.75% larger than last year at 11.715 million head.Apr 18 Cattle closed at $116.050, down $2.100,Jun 18 Cattle closed at $106.200, down $2.200,Aug 18 Cattle closed at $104.950, down $1.425,Mar 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $135.700, down $1.825Apr 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $136.100, down $1.925May 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $137.300, down $1.225
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