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Mon, Jun 25th, 2018
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1 hour ago
Lean hog futures are down 95 cents to $1.425 on Monday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up another 38 cents to $86.17 on June 21. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was up 19 cents on Monday morning $85.83. The butt primal was up $3.05 and the ham $2.09 higher, as all other primal cuts were lower. The national base carcass price was up 21 cents in the Monday AM report, averaging 80.13. 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. The USDA Cold Storage report 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 are at $78.575, down $1.250,Aug 18 Hogs are at $73.950, down $1.425Oct 18 Hogs are at $60.350, down $0.950
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Live cattle futures are posting sharp losses on Monday, with Aug flirting with limit lower following the Cattle on Feed report. Feeder cattle futures are sharply lower, down $3.50 to $3.775. 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 Monday morning. Choice boxes were up 77 cents to $217.93, with Select boxes 17 cents lower at $201.85. Cash sales on Friday were $109-110 in most regions. Weekly FI cattle slaughter is estimated at 664,000 head through Saturday. Friday afternoon’s USDA Cattle on Feed report put June 1 on feed 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 and up 5.38%. Beef in cold storage at the end of May totaled 465.387 million pounds, down 1.19% from April but 2.74% larger than last year.Jun 18 Cattle are at $106.300, down $1.975,Aug 18 Cattle are at $102.925, down $2.975,Oct 18 Cattle are at $106.425, down $2.975,Aug 18 Feeder Cattle are at $145.425, down $3.775Sep 18 Feeder Cattle are at $146.225, down $3.600Oct 18 Feeder Cattle are at $145.975, down $3.500
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