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Meat market in Poland on July 2, 2023

Published Jul 15, 2023

Tridge summary

Purchase prices of live pigs in most European Union countries continued to increase, with a 1% increase compared to the previous week and a 3% increase compared to a month ago. Livestock prices were 29% higher than a year ago. Romania and Bulgaria had the highest prices for pigs, while Denmark and Estonia had the lowest prices.
The price of pork on the domestic market also increased following the increase in livestock prices, with a 0.3% increase compared to the previous week. It was 4% more expensive than a month ago and 34% more expensive than last year.
Purchase prices for slaughter cattle in Poland decreased by 3% compared to the previous week. However, it was still 2% cheaper than a month ago and 7% cheaper than the same period last year. The EU average purchase price for R3 cattle was 0.5% lower than the previous week and 1% lower than a month ago.
On the domestic market, the prices of live poultry decreased, with broiler chickens being 2% cheaper than a month ago and turkeys being 12% cheaper. The price of broiler ducks, however, increased by 4%. Chicken carcasses became 8% cheaper within a week, while turkey carcasses were 6% more expensive.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by Tridge's proprietary AI model for informational purposes.

Original content

Live pig purchase prices On June 26–July 2, 2023, in most European Union countries, the increase in purchase prices of live pigs continued. For class E slaughter pigs, EU suppliers were paid EUR 248.67/100 kg of chilled slaughter weight, which is 1% more than the week before and 3% more than a month ago. Livestock was 29% more expensive than a year ago. The most for pigs were obtained by suppliers in Romania - EUR 275.38/100 kg and Bulgaria - EUR 274.54/100 kg, and the lowest - in Denmark - EUR 207.32/100 kg and Estonia - EUR 217.38/100 kg . In Poland, the price of livestock of this class expressed in the EU currency amounted to EUR 272.93/100 kg and was EUR 24.26/100 kg higher than the EU average. In Poland, meat plants covered by the Integrated Agricultural Market Information System of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development purchased pigs at PLN 9.27/kg, ie 1% more expensive than in the previous week and 5% more than a month ago. Compared to the comparable period a ...
Source: Gospodarz
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