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Fri Nov 17, 5:12PM CST
Live cattle futures finished the week with most contracts 45 to 90 cents in the red. Feeder cattle futures were down $1 to $2.175. The CME feeder cattle index will be delayed due to reporting issues with the USDA cash data. Wholesale beef prices were mixed on Friday afternoon. Choice was down $3 at $207.24, with select boxes 2 cents higher at $187.85. USDA indicated weekly FI cattle slaughter at 639,000 head through Saturday, 16,000 larger than a week ago and 10,000 above the same week in 2016. The Cattle on Feed report showed Nov 1 on feed numbers at 11.332 million head 6.25% larger than last year. Placements of cattle in October were 10.23% larger than a year ago at 2.393 million head, with marketings of 1.801 million head, 5.63% above last year.Dec 17 Cattle closed at $118.850, down $0.700,Feb 18 Cattle closed at $124.675, down $0.450,Apr 18 Cattle closed at $124.875, down $0.500,Jan 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $151.725, down $2.175Mar 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $150.125, down $1.975Apr 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $150.175, down $2.050
Fri Nov 17, 5:12PM CST
Lean hog futures ended the week with most contracts mixed, as Dec was 55 cents higher on the day. The CME Lean Hog Index for 11/15 was down 40 cents to $65.97. The national base hog average price was 59 cents lower at $56.96 this afternoon. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was 41 cents higher at $80.96 in the Friday afternoon report. The belly led the way, up $1.69. The weekly USDA AMS hog slaughter report showed 2,473,000 through Saturday. That is down 22,000 from the previous week and 54,000 fewer than the same week in 2016, mainly on less Saturday slaughter.Dec 17 Hogs closed at $60.650, up $0.550,Feb 18 Hogs closed at $67.075, up $0.500Apr 18 Hogs closed at $71.150, up $0.275
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