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Hogs see jump in pork values

Hogs see jump in pork values

China has coolers filled and don’t expect to see buying from them like 2021 and they are back to buying beef from Brazil, according to Chris Lehner of ADM Investor Services.

"Even the perception of a shortage could spark consumer buying/hoarding" in the hog market, The Hightower Report said. While some of that mentality may be temporary, the buying in upcoming days may be significant

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