Pork cutout values softer but above year-ago levels

Pork cutout values softer but above year-ago levels

Pork bellies have been outperforming other cuts from a price standpoint.

Current pork cutout value movements continue to reflect 2015’s increased production, softer export sales and some buildup in frozen inventories, according to Len Steiner and Steve Meyer in the “Daily Livestock Report.”

Pork cutout values are softer than the past five-year average but currently are tracking at $75.24/cwt., which is above year-ago levels, they said. Within the cutout value, pork bellies have been outperforming other cuts from a price standpoint. They are currently ar

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