Pork Profit Maximizer, February 05, 2018

Retail Edition We recently updated our supply and price projections for 2018 and 2019. What follows is a brief synopsis that we included with our regular quarterly report, outlining our thesis for the pork market in the near and medium term. In our last quarterly update we noted that: “annual pork price inflation is expected […]

Pork Profit Maximizer, February 05, 2018

Foodservice Edition We recently updated our supply and price projections for 2018 and 2019. What follows is a brief synopsis that we included with our regular quarterly report, outlining our thesis for the pork market in the near and medium term. In our last quarterly update we noted that: “annual pork price inflation is expected […]

Pork Profit Maximizer, Jan. 22, 2018

Retail Edition 1. As of this writing, the US Senate had not agreed on new budget resolution. Most USDA market reports are funded through federal government appropriations and, as long as the shutdown continues, USDA will not issue any price reports. We hope the situation is resolved quickly and that we avoid a repeat of […]

Pork Profit Maximizer, Jan. 22, 2018

Foodservice Edition 1. As of this writing, the US Senate had not agreed on new budget resolution. Most USDA market reports are funded through federal government appropriations and, as long as the shutdown continues, USDA will not issue any price reports. We hope the situation is resolved quickly and that we avoid a repeat of […]

Pork Profit Maximizer, Jan. 08, 2018

Retail Edition Highlights: Wholesale pork prices increase in January, largely because of seasonally lower slaughter during the month
The value of the pork cutout in the second half of January in the last ten years was up 3% compared to the first half of the month, with prices increasing in nine of the last ten years
Shipments of US fresh/frozen and cooked pork in November were 180,333 MT, 3.8% higher than the all-time record levels a year ago
Exports of US pork variety meats have struggled, with exports to China down sharply compared to a year ag

Pork Profit Maximizer, Jan. 08, 2018

Foodservice Edition Highlights: Wholesale pork prices increase in January, largely because of seasonally lower slaughter during the month
The value of the pork cutout in the second half of January in the last ten years was up 3% compared to the first half of the month, with prices increasing in nine of the last ten years
Shipments of US fresh/frozen and cooked pork in November were 180,333 MT, 3.8% higher than the all-time record levels a year ago
Exports of US pork variety meats have struggled, with exports to China down sharply compared to a year ago