DES MOINES, Iowa — China is still by far the biggest piece in the pork export puzzle, but it isn’t the only one, according to experts who spok…
Beef and pork exports both opened 2021 below last year’s large numbers.
Muscle cuts may garner the headlines, but variety meat exports remain a key component in U.S. meat exports.
Pork exports shattered records in 2020.
Last week’s USDA Cattle on Feed report caught most analysts by surprise, with placements up 0.7% from a year ago at 1.842 million head.
November beef demand resulted in one of the best months for exports on record, according to an analysis from the U.S. Meat Export Federation.
U.S. hog numbers were down in last week’s USDA Hogs and Pigs report, but it’s probably too early to call this a trend.
Most analysts viewed last week’s USDA Hogs and Pigs report as bearish, with inventory numbers still slightly higher than a year ago.
Pork exports continued on a record pace in July, while beef exports rebounded some but remain below 2019 numbers, according to an analysis fro…
Red meat production in the U.S. continues to increase, according to a recent analysis from the Livestock Market Information Center.
Both the Cattle inventory and Cattle on Feed reports were released last week, and most analysts believe there were very few surprises.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to hammer the U.S. hog industry.
The combination of scorching summer heat and drought-like conditions generally translates into short pasture and more cattle movement.
The U.S. hog inventory continued to grow this spring as the COVID-19 pandemic slowed marketing.