Category: Swine Projections

Swine Feeding Projections – September 17, 2018

September 20, 2018

September 17 2018 Hog Feeding Projections Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned pigs increased modestly (+$1.95/head), while feeder pig values jumped sharply (+$9.45/head). Expected lean hog values jumped moderately for February/March marketings (+$1.79/cwt), but changed little for December/January marketings (+$0.04/cwt). Feed costs-$1.50-1.75 per head: corn -$0.18/bushel, SBM -$11.75/ton, DDGS +$3.75/ton, lysine unchanged, and […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – September 10, 2018

September 11, 2018

September 10 2018 Hog Feeding Projections Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned pigs increased modestly (+$3.41/head), while feeder pig values slipped slightly (-$0.34/head). Expected lean hog values jumped moderately for both February/March and December/January marketings (+$2.94 and +$2.47/cwt, respectively). Feed costs+$0.60-0.70 per head: corn +$0.04/bushel, SBM +$9.00/ton, DDGS +$0.50/ton, lysine unchanged, and fat […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – September 3, 2018

September 4, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – September 3, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned and feeder pigs were both up moderately (+$4.52 and +$3.41/head, respectively). Expected lean hog values jumped modestly for both January/February and December/January marketings (+$1.07 and +$1.61/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$1.00 per head: corn -$0.06/bushel, SBM -$2.50/ton, DDGS -$5.00/ton, lysine -$0.17/cwt, […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – August 27, 2018

August 27, 2018

August 27, 2018 Hog Feeding Projections Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned and feeder pigs were both up modestly (+$1.25 and +$1.59/head, respectively). Expected lean hog values jumped significantly for both January/February and December/January marketings (+$5.92 and +$3.48/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$0.35-0.60 per head: corn -$0.06/bushel, SBM -$11.75/ton, DDGS +$4.50/ton, lysine unchanged, and […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – August 20, 2018

August 22, 2018

August 20 2018 Hog Feeding Projections Changes week over week: • Open-market value of weaned pigs was up modestly (+$3.35/head), but feeder pig values fell substantially (-$6.79/head). • Expected lean hog values jumped significantly for both January/February and November/December marketings (+$5.55 and +$7.17/cwt, respectively). • Feed costs -$0.05-0.20 per head: corn -$0.05/bushel, SBM +$0.50/ton, DDGS […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – August 13, 2018

August 12, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – August 13, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned pigs was down modestly (-$1.34/head), but feeder pig values bounced back moderately (+3.49/head). Expected lean hog values rebounded for both January/February and November/December marketings (+$2.43 and +$2.25/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$0.80-1.00 per head: corn -$0.12/bushel, SBM -$5.50/ton, DDGS +$4.75/ton, lysine […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – August 6, 2018

August 7, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – August 6, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned and feeder pigs was down modestly (-$1.67 and -$2.90/head, respectively) Expected lean hog values slipped for both January/February and November/December marketings (-$1.48 and -$1.80/cwt, respectively). Feed costs +$0.60-0.80 per head: corn +$0.03/bushel, SBM -$4.00/ton, DDGS +$9.75/ton, lysine unchanged, and fat […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – July 30, 2018

July 30, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – July 30, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned pigs firmed slightly (+$1.11/head) while feeder pig values tumbled (-$10.55/head). Expected lean hog values rebounded for both December/January and November/December marketings (+$1.20 and +$0.82/cwt, respectively). Feed costs +$1.50-1.75 per head: corn +$0.13/bushel, SBM +$9.00/ton, DDGS +$5.00/ton, lysine -$0.20/cwt, and fat […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – July 23, 2018

July 23, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – July 23, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned and feeder pigs increased modestly (+$0.22 and +$2.44/head, respectively). Continued downward pressure on lean hog values further depressed expected prices for both December/January and October/November marketings (-$4.57 and -$3.40/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$0.10 per head: corn +$0.15/bushel, SBM -$2.75/ton, DDGS […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – July 16, 2018

July 17, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – July 16, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of weaned and feeder pigs fell modestly (-$2.38 and -$1.08/head, respectively). Continued downward pressure on lean hog values dropped expected prices for both December/January and October/November marketings (-$4.20 and -$5.93/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$1.75 per head: corn -$0.13/bushel, SBM -$10.00/ton, DDGS -$3.25/ton, […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – July 9, 2018

July 9, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – July 9, 2018 Changes over the previous few weeks: Open-market value of weaned pigs held steady (+$0.02/head), while feeder pig values dropped significantly (-$9.56/head). Mixed changes in predicted lean hog values for the December/January and October/November markets (+$0.41 and -$11.89/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$2.50-3.50 per head: corn unchanged, SBM +$5.00/ton, DDGS […]

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Swine Feeding Projections – June 18, 2018

June 19, 2018

Swine Feeding Projections – June 18, 2018 Changes week over week: Open-market value of both weaned and feeder pigs was down modestly (-$3.30 and -$1.07/head, respectively) Mixed changes in predicted lean hog values for the November/December and September/October markets (-$0.84 and +$1.27/cwt, respectively). Feed costs -$2.50-3.00 per head: corn -$0.14/bushel, SBM -$16.25/ton, DDGS -$12.50/ton, lysine […]

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