Outstanding Cured Hide and Wet Blue Export by Countries

Outstanding Cured Hide and Wet Blue Export by Countries


Market Activity & Analysis

Outstanding Export Sales

Tables 1 and 2 below show the total outstanding cured hide and wet blue export sales by selected countries through July 18. Through Week 29, the total outstanding sales are 4.906 million from 4.863 million the prior week. With the same period average weekly slaughter at 589,453 head, the cumulative outstanding sales represent 8.32 weeks of production from 8.28 the previous week.

Table 1 & 2.

Today’s Market

Prices remain steady as the week progresses. Reports that buyers are looking for some August, but mainly September, shipments of raw hides may offer a sense of stability by being sold ahead. However, the slaughter volumes still pose a threat to oversupply the market.

Today’s Trades

Packer Sales

HTS 62/64 @ $15.00

Processor Sales

No processor sales today.

Cured and Wet Blue Export Shipments by Selected Countries  —  Through July 9

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