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Mon, Dec 10th, 2018
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Futures Market Commentary

Live cattle are steady to 42.5 cents lower in the front months, with back months higher. Feeder cattle futures are up 454 to 95 cents in most contracts on Monday. The CME feeder cattle index was down 46 cents on December 6 at $145.07. Wholesale beef prices were higher on Monday morning. Choice boxes were up 83 cents at $215.12, with the Select cutout value 30 cents higher at $200.80. USDA estimated weekly FI cattle slaughter at 667,000 head for last week, up 27,000 head from last week and 28,000 head larger than a year ago. That would be the largest weekly kill since 2010, but is still subject to revision over the next two weeks. Most cash cattle trade on Friday was $119.Dec 18 Cattle are at $117.575, down $0.325,Feb 19 Cattle are at $121.100, down $0.425,Apr 19 Cattle are at $123.400, down $0.225,Jan 19 Feeder Cattle are at $145.250, up $0.875Mar 19 Feeder Cattle are at $142.825, up $0.950Apr 19 Feeder Cattle are at $143.225, up $0.700--provided by Brugler Marketing & Management

Lean Hog futures are mixed, with front month Dec up 70 cents and deferred contracts lower. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 23 cents from the previous day @ $55.96 on December 6. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was down 64 cents on Monday morning at $72.99. The national base cash hog carcass value was up 5 cents this morning to a weighted average of $47.89. Last week’s USDA’s FI hog slaughter was estimated at 2.558 million head. That was 27,000 head above last week and 17,000 head larger than last year.Dec 18 Hogs are at $54.950, up $0.700,Feb 19 Hogs are at $67.050, down $0.825Apr 19 Hogs are at $71.750, down $0.575--provided by Brugler Marketing & Management
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