Livestock Roundup 11/22/22

Posted: Nov. 22, 2022, 8:17 a.m.

11.21.22 RFD Livestock

Oliver Sloup covered the action in the livestock markets during the 2nd half of his appearance on RFD-TV. What did the COT & Cattle on Feed reports have to say about the livestock markets? Are funds getting longer and shorter?

Cattle Summary

Daily Cutout Values

Choice: 255.57, Up .70 from the previous day.

Select: 233.23, Up .40 from the previous day.

Choice/Select Spread: 22.34

5 Area Average Cattle Price

Live Steer: 152.89

Live Heifer: 152.25

Dressed Steer: 241.79

Dressed Heifer: 242.00

Daily Slaughter

Estimated at 128,000. Unchanged from last week but 6,000 more than the same week last year.

Feeder Cattle Index

11/18/2022: 174.64

11/17/2022: 175.36

Hogs Summary

Daily Direct Hogs Plant Delivered (as of 1:30 PM CT)

Carcass Base Price

Range: 80.00-90.00

Weighted Average: 82.16

Change from Prior Day: .35

Head Count: 4,217

Daily Hog Slaughter

488,000. 3,000 more than last week and 8,000 more than last year. 

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