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    Quiet Friday in front of Cattle on Feed

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  • Be Patient

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Agricharts Market Commentary

Fri Jun 22, 5:08PM CDT
Lean hog futures saw 22.5 to 65 cent losses in most contracts on Friday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up another 65 cents to $85.79 on June 20. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was reported at $85.64 on Friday afternoon, up 60 cents. The national base carcass price was down $1.61 in the Friday PM report, averaging 79.97. The USDA estimated FI hog slaughter at 2.168 million head for this week. That is down 47,000 head from last week, but up 13,000 head from a year ago. This afternoon’s cold storage report for the end of May showed pork stocks at 621.736 million pounds, down 2.05% from April but up 5.7% from last year. Belly stocks were down 3.9% from last month at 61.188 million pounds.Jul 18 Hogs closed at $79.825, down $0.650,Aug 18 Hogs closed at $75.375, down $0.350Oct 18 Hogs closed at $61.300, down $0.225
Fri Jun 22, 5:08PM CDT
Live cattle futures finished with mixed trade on Friday, with nearby June down 37.5 cents. Feeder cattle futures were up 45 to 72.5 cents. The CME feeder cattle index was up 36 cents from the previous day at $142.57 on June 21. Wholesale boxed beef values were mixed on Friday afternoon. Choice boxes were down 25 cents to $217.25, with Select boxes 41 cents higher at $203.93. That tightened the Ch/SE spread to $15.14. Cash sales reported on Friday afternoon totaled $109-110 in most regions. Weekly FI cattle slaughter is estimated at 664,000 head through Saturday, a 10,000 increase from last week. This afternoon’s Cattle on Feed report indicated June 1 on feed numbers at 11.553 million head, up 4.12% from last year. Placements were slightly larger than a year ago at 2.124 million head, higher than most trade estimates, with marketings at 2.056 million head up 5.38%. Cold storage of beef at the end of may was at 465.387 million pounds, down 1.19% from April but 2.74% larger than last year.Jun 18 Cattle closed at $108.275, down $0.375,Aug 18 Cattle closed at $105.900, down $0.225,Oct 18 Cattle closed at $109.400, up $0.400,Aug 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $149.200, up $0.725Sep 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $149.825, up $0.575Oct 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $149.475, up $0.450
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