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USDA thinks that pork production in 2024 will be up 1.9% from 2023 despite talk/expectation for a smaller breeding herd. For now it appears USDA thinks productivity gains will more than offset the decline in the breeding herd. Steiner and...
Hog slaughter was lower than the previous week but for the next 6-7 weeks slaughter should hover around 2.6 million head, helping bolster supply and pressure prices lower. Futures were lower earlier in the week, largely a knee-jerk reaction...
Paul Anderson, General Manager South East Asia - International Sales Manager - Genesus Inc.   Philippines   Genesus Philippines F1 gilt delivery   Throughout the Christmas season, as production cost continues to rise, the swine farmers in the Philippines barely felt the increase in live-weight...
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Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook No. (LDP-M-348) 31 pp June 2023 Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook: June 2023 by Russell Knight, Hannah Taylor, William Hahn, Angel Terán, Mildred Haley, Grace Grossen, and Adriana Valcu-Lisman The Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook for June 2023...
Improved Wholesale Pork Prices Widen Packer Spread in July July was another month in 2023 when most pork producers would have been fortunate to break even. Federally inspected (FI) July hog slaughter, estimated at about 9.6 million head, was 3.2...
The number of U.S. hogs coming to market could be lower in the first half of 2023 compared with early 2022 if recent inventory patterns continue, according to a new market research report from Steiner Consulting Group. The number of...
Source: Barchart Pork is a staple for people worldwide. While some religions ban pork consumption, the meat remains a very popular item on restaurant menus and at-home dining. China is the world’s most populous country and the leading pork consumer....
October kicked off the fourth quarter of the year—the quarter that typically sees the year’s largest slaughter numbers and the lowest hog prices—with the factors that have thus far defined 2023 remaining largely unchanged. Pork producers continue to face macroeconomic turbulence...
Fernando Ortiz-H , Ibero-America Business Development Manager, Genesus Inc. Apparently, the 2019-2020 expansionary acceleration of the Mexican pork industry has hit the brakes this year. While states as important in pork production as Jalisco saw their number of pigs on...
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