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Fri Nov 17, 7:24AM CST
Lean hog futures posted losses of 20 cents to $1.025 on Thursday. The CME Lean Hog Index for 11/14 was down 31 cents to $66.37. The national base hog average was down 59 cents at $57.48 Thursday afternoon. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was 8 cents lower at $80.55 in the Thursday afternoon report. The week to date USDA AMS hog slaughter report showed 1,394,000 through Wednesday, up 9,000 from the previous week and 74,000 larger than the same week in 2016. US pork export sales for 2017 during the week of Nov 9 totaled 13,194 MT, 69.4% larger wk/wk but 19.3% behind this week in 2016. Sales of 2,652 MT were shown for 2018. Weekly pork export shipments rose 3.8% to 24,087 MT. Export commitments of pork are now just 4.8% above this time last year after a couple slow weeks.
Fri Nov 17, 7:24AM CST
Live cattle futures finished the Thursday session with most contracts down 22.5 to 90 cents. Feeder cattle futures were 5 to 35 cents lower, as Nov expired at $153.90. The CME feeder cattle index was 86 cents lower at $158.44 on November 15. Wholesale beef prices were mixed on Thursday afternoon. Choice was up 11 cents at $210.24, with select boxes $2.78 lower at $187.83. USDA indicated week to date FI cattle slaughter is 473,000 head, 9,000 larger than a week ago and 12,000 above the same week in 2016. The Cattle on Feed report will be released this afternoon at 2:00 PM CST. US beef export commitments are 10.6% above this time last year, helping to absorb some of the higher production.
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