Email Us! Facebook Facebook You Tube Join Now
(309) 663-6497

PORK OUTLOOK

It appears the hog industry’s economic losses last quarter didn’t stop plans for more production. USDA’s quarterly hogs and pigs report found U.S. inventory climbed 3 percent from last year. Traders, however, expected the jump, and prices stayed stable. In fact, the market reflects stronger demand expectations, but how much U.S. pork China imports remains a wild card. (FarmWeekNow.com)

This entry was posted in Agriculture News. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.