Allan Bentley, Sales, Genesus Genetics abentley@genesus.com I have asked Bob Lingenfelter to add his thoughts as we are both predicting higher prices. Bob and I have argued about markets for 30 years. Of course, Bob played football for Nebraska and then...
United States and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pigs for December 2010 was 76.2 million head. This was down 1 percent from December 2009 and down 4 percent from December 2008. The breeding inventory, at 7.09 million head,...
Lyle L. Jones, Director of Sales China, Genesus Inc. Chinese New Year and the all-important Spring Festival has come and now gone with people slowly returning to work. As is normal during this time of celebration and increased demand, the...
The last twelve months is a period most of us would just as soon move past. While much attention was focused on a global pandemic, a summer of civil unrest, and a November election, USDA was revamping a livestock insurance product that can significantly bolster producers’ ability to manage...
Bull flags are often highlighted as indications of small corrective moves in an otherwise larger price trend.
Mercedes Vega, General Director for Spain, Italy & Portugal mvega@genesus.com The Spanish market started 2021 with a high level of activity but in balance. After six months of falling prices, these last four weeks the price has been going up to...
U.S. lean hog futures rose their daily limit on Wednesday, hitting their highest in nearly two years on tight frozen stocks and expectations for strong Chinese demand, traders said. The U.S. Agriculture Department’s cold storage report issued on Tuesday afternoon...
Bull flags are often highlighted as indications of small corrective moves in an otherwise larger price trend.
Fernando Ortiz-H, Ibero-America Business Development Manager, Genesus Inc. Pork processing and packing plants in Mexico have recently lost interest due to falling prices, which have remained extremely volatile, despite being above their lows at the start of the pandemic in the...
U.S. cattle and hog futures declined on Wednesday as wintry weather and power outages hampered meat-packing operations, slowing the pace of slaughter and reducing demand for market-ready animals, traders said. Chicago Mercantile Exchange April live cattle futures settled down 1.650...
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