Hog Slaughter Projected Higher Into Holiday Weekend

Hog Slaughter Projected Higher Into Holiday Weekend

Hog slaughter finished last week at an estimated 2.098 million head, down 11 percent relative to a year ago and up 18 percent compared to the week prior. Production is expected to increase over the next six weeks, averaging 2.225 million head. While production increases relative to April and early May are anticipated, the longer term outlook is for numbers to trend below 2019 levels. The increased…

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