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St Joseph, MO         Tue, May 11, 2021      USDA Market News
Daily Livestock Slaughter under Federal Inspection

                            CATTLE    CALVES     HOGS     SHEEP
Tuesday 05/11/2021         118,000    2,000    485,000    8,000
Week ago                   121,000    2,000    487,000    8,000
Year ago (act)              94,000    1,000    371,000    8,000
Week to date               230,000    4,000    968,000   18,000
Same Period Last Week      235,000    4,000    965,000   17,000
Same Period Last Year(act) 183,000    2,000    736,000   17,000
Previous Day                  Steer and Heifer  Cow and Bull
                     Monday        89,000          23,000

**Revised Monday Cattle Slaughter..112,000**

INDEXES
                       05/10  05/07  05/06  05/05  05/04  05/03  04/30
CATFAX FED 6 STATE    119.12 118.50 118.56 118.64 118.71 118.75 118.89
CATFAX FED 3 STATE    118.96 118.97 118.97 118.88 118.68 118.71 118.64
CME FEEDER            130.45 130.15 130.83 131.56 132.55 132.76 132.63
CME LEAN HOG         *110.73 110.10 109.22 108.55 107.89 107.37 107.10
3 Area LEAN HOG       109.42 108.70 107.71 107.05 106.43 105.95 105.58
NA = Not Available
**NA = Not Available Due to Packer Submission Issues.
+ Before the CME Feeder price indicates a revision by the CME.
* = Projection. CME projected Lean Hog Index, is only an estimate that 
may vary one or two cents from actual.

NOTES: 3 AREA LEAN: 3 area lean value base cost for 51-52% lean hogs
CATFAX FED 6 STATES: Iowa, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, and Oklahoma
CATFAX FED 3 STATES: Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma

PORK

Des Moines, IA        Tue, May 11, 2021      USDA Market News

NATIONAL DAILY PORK REPORT FOB PLANT - Negotiated Sales

05/11 AM CARCASS CUTOUT - $113.71   CHANGE  +0.55  TOTAL LD COUNT  199.65

05/11 PM CARCASS CUTOUT - $113.20   CHANGE  +0.04  TOTAL LD COUNT  310.83

CARLOT PORK -  OPEN  05/11         CARLOT PORK -  CLOSE 05/11
LOADS - CUTS  189.61 TRIM  10.04   LOADS - CUTS  291.75 TRIM  19.09
LOINS 1/4" Trim VAC      126.43    LOINS 1/4" Trim VAC      126.50
LOINS BNLS CC Strap On   147.01    LOINS BNLS CC Strap On   145.79
HAMS - Trm Sel  17-20#  No Test    HAMS - Trm Sel  17-20#    85.58
       Trm Sel  20-23#    95.10           Trm Sel  20-23#    85.66
       Trm Sel  23-27#    83.30           Trm Sel  23-27#    81.11
BELLIES  Skn-on 10-12#   263.89    BELLIES  Skn-on 10-12#   264.77
BOXED    Skn-on 12-14#  No Test    BOXED    Skn-on 12-14#   264.88

BEEF

Des Moines, IA        Tue, May 11, 2021      USDA Market News

NATIONAL DAILY BOXED BEEF CUTOUT AND BOXED BEEF CUTS - Negotiated Sales
Afternoon - ESTIMATED BOXED BEEF CUT-OUT VALUES - as of 1:30pm

Based on negotiated prices and volume of boxed beef cuts delivered within 0-21
days and on average industry cutting yields. Values reflect U.S. dollars per
100 pounds.

BEEF CUTOUTS -  OPEN  05/11       BEEF CUTOUTS -  CLOSE 05/11
CH 600-900# $311.95  +2.84        CH 600-900# $312.37  +3.26
SE 600-900# $296.35  +2.59        SE 600-900# $296.34  +2.58 
LOADS     35.18 - Choice Cuts     LOADS     73.46 - Choice Cuts
           5.75 - Select Cuts               11.40 - Select Cuts
           3.63 - Trimmings                  7.46 - Trimmings
          13.28 - Coarse Grinds             13.21 - Coarse Grinds

POULTRY

05/11 - Daily Turkey Market - Frozen Grade A basted equivalent processor
offering prices on a national basis (for current deliveries).
 8-16 lb hens $114 to $119 cents FOB
16-24 lb toms $111 to $119 cents FOB

05/06- Weekly Poultry Slaughtered Under Federal Inspection
Young Chickens - for the Week Ending: 05/01      Week Ago     Yr Ago
                                     163,639      164,317    162,022

05/07 - Weekly National Whole Broiler/Fryer Report 
National Composite Wtd Avg for the Week Ending: 05/07    Week Ago    Yr Ago
                                              $104.49    $105.03    $ 68.42
National Composite Wtd Avg for the Month of:   April  -  $101.50

05/05 - Weekly Egg Sets & Chicks Placed
Weekly Egg Sets for the week ending 05/01 - 238 million, up 10% from a year ago
Chick placement for the week ending 05/01 - 186 million, up  9% from a year ago

05/11 - New York Eggs
Extra Large, Large and Medium egg prices are unchanged. Trade sentiment is
steady at best. Supplies are moderate to at times heavy for needs. The New
York shell egg inventory is 3% less than Monday. Offerings are generally
moderate. Retail demand is light to moderate. Market activity is slow to
moderate.

Extra Large     91-95
Large           89-93
Medium          89-93

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