Pork prices in the US market recover

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United States
Published Dec 29, 2021

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According to the USDA Pork Market Report dated December 23, 2021, the number of US hogs is expected to decrease. According to a Reuters survey, the total number of pigs in the US as of December 1, 2021 reached 74.594 million heads, down 2.9% from the same time last year. The number of breeding pigs is expected to increase by 0.1%. The number of pigs kept for trading is expected to decrease by 3.1%. US pork net export sales in 2021 are forecast at 28,800 tonnes, down 8% from last week's forecast, but up 5% from the previous four-week average; in which increased mainly to the Mexican market (14,000 tons, down 700 tons compared to the previous week's forecast), Korea (7,100 tons, down 600 tons), Japan (3,800 tons, down 2,300 tons), Canada (1,600 tons), tons, down 400 tons) ) and Nicaragua (900 tons) and decreased in China (300 tons), Australia (200 tons) and Chile (100 tons). Net sales in 2022 reached 7,000 tons, of which increased mainly in Japan (2,800 tons), Mexico (1,600 tons), ...
Source: Vinanet
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