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Tue Oct 17, 4:44PM CDT
Live cattle futures posted 55 cent to $1.375 losses in most contracts today. Feeder cattle futures saw triple digit losses in most contracts. The CME feeder cattle index was 60 cents lower at $155.06 on October 16. Wholesale beef prices were lower in the Tuesday afternoon report. Choice was down $1.15 at $197.66, while select boxes were 72 cents lower at $189.85. Weekly FI cattle slaughter through Tuesday is estimated at 227,000 head, about 6,000 fewer than the previous week and 2,000 head lower than the same week last year. The FCE is showing only 919 head consigned for Wednesday’s online auction, with a majority of the lots from KS. Oct 17 Cattle closed at $111.175, down $0.550, Dec 17 Cattle closed at $115.975, down $0.850, Feb 18 Cattle closed at $120.150, down $0.775, Oct 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $152.150, down $1.850 Nov 17 Feeder Cattle closed at $152.425, down $2.125 Jan 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $150.400, down $2.150
Tue Oct 17, 4:44PM CDT
Lean hog futures finished the Tuesday session with most nearby contracts 2.5 cents to $1.525 lower, as deferred contracts were higher. The CME Lean Hog Index for 10/13 jumped 73 cents higher than the previous day at $60.24. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was 44 cents lower at $74.81 this afternoon. The loin fell $3.93, with the ham and belly also reported lower. The national base hog was up $2.07 at 60.44, as prices in the IA/MN region were up $1.75 with the WCB $1.70 higher this morning. Estimated week to date FI hog slaughter was 25,000 head fewer than last week at 901,000 head through Tuesday, but still 16,000 larger than the same week in 2016. Dec 17 Hogs closed at $62.175, down $1.525, Feb 18 Hogs closed at $67.150, down $1.150 Apr 18 Hogs closed at $71.300, down $0.725
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