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Wed, Jan 17th, 2018
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Wed Jan 17, 4:30PM CST
Live cattle futures finished Wednesday with nearby Feb just off the limit, up $2.875. Feeder cattle futures were also sharply higher, with gains of $1.725 to $2.275. The CME feeder cattle index on January 16 was $145.01, down 37 cents from the previous day. Wholesale boxed beef values were down 28 cents in both grades on Wednesday afternoon. Choice boxes were at $205.30, with Select boxes at $199.61. Estimated week to date FI cattle slaughter was 353,000 head through Wednesday. That 1,000 head fewer than last week. This morning’s FCE online auction saw only 108 of the 304 head sold at a price of $119.75, with offers of $118 and $119.50 passed by feedlots. Cabs bids around the country were still around $118 on Wednesday.Feb 18 Cattle closed at $120.975, up $2.875,Apr 18 Cattle closed at $122.775, up $2.400,Jun 18 Cattle closed at $114.450, up $2.100,Jan 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $147.875, up $2.275Mar 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $145.975, up $2.050Apr 18 Feeder Cattle closed at $146.125, up $2.050
Wed Jan 17, 4:30PM CST
Lean hog futures ended the day with most nearby contracts 45 cents to $1.175 in the red, with back months slightly lower. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 77 cents on January 15 at $71.92. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was up 24 cents at $80.95 in the Wednesday afternoon report. The loin, ham, and belly primals were reported lower. The national base hog weighted average price was down 7 cents to $69.64 this afternoon. The USDA FI hog slaughter was estimated at 1,294,000 through Wednesday, which is 107,000 larger than the same week last year, but 85,000 head lower than last week.Feb 18 Hogs closed at $72.725, down $1.175,Apr 18 Hogs closed at $75.525, down $0.625May 18 Hogs closed at $80.550, down $0.450
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