Photo: Soybean Checkoff
As the trade begins next week, the livestock market will look forward to seeing how many cattle have been sold over time last week.
It was a huge week for the lean pig complex when support came from both futures and fundamentals. The live cattle market received mixed support as cash jumped $ 2.00 higher, but futures traded without enthusiasm.
Pig prices averaged 86.78 in the National Direct Afternoon Report on Pigs, ranging from $ 82.00 to $ 100.00 per 2,821 head.
March corn rose by 4 1/4 cents per bushel, and March soybean flour rose by $ 1.30. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 227.43 points and the NASDAQ fell 170.09 points.
https://agfax.com/2022/02/18/dtn-livestock-close-pork-cutout-values-close-10-higher-again/ Pork cut-off values close again at $ 10 – AgFax