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Export prices for pork from the United States set a new record

Published May 25, 2024

Tridge summary

U.S. pork exports have reached a three-year high, with the value per slaughter head increasing by 12% from last year to $70.85, as reported by the USDA and the USMEF. The average price for pork in the first quarter also rose by 7% year-over-year to $64.25. The first quarter export data shows that pork made up 29.9% of the production volumes, a 1.7% increase from the previous year. The exports were predominantly pure meat (32.2%) and cuts (27.9%), with both seeing an increase in share from the previous year.
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Original content

The value of U.S. pork exports rose to another three-year high. The American industry portal The Pig Site writes about this, citing data from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the American Meat Export Federation (USMEF). In exact figures, it amounted to $70.85 per slaughter head. Compared to May last year, this is 12 percent more. It is also noted that this is the fifth highest figure on record (but does not specify which of the two organizations observed). The average price for pork for the first quarter of this year increased by seven percent from the same period last year and amounted to $64.25. The USDA and USMEF also provided data on the export of this meat for the first quarter of this year. Its total ...
Source: Rosng
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