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By Jack Scoville | May 21, 2015
By Rich Nelson | May 19, 2015
The World Trade Organization again sided with Canada and Mexico in their complaint against our Country of Origin Labeling law.
By Megan Durisin, Bloomberg | February 3, 2015
In the U.S., the country that made the hamburger a global icon of American fast-food cuisine, beef is about to fall another spot on the meat scale.
By Rich Nelson | November 18, 2014
We just had a strong rally, which continued into yesterday, on this cold snap. Officially this cold snap has about ended.
By Megan Durisin, Bloomberg | October 16, 2014
Hog prices slumped to a nine-month low as supply concerns eased and record-high costs for pork chops and bacon eroded prospects for demand.
By Shruti Date Singh, Bloomberg | October 7, 2014
Cargill Inc. is working to prevent the return of a disease that has killed about 8 million U.S. pigs in a little over a year, or to minimize its effect as winter approaches.
By Skylar Zhang | September 26, 2014
On Tuesday, Leo Melamed, widely known as the father of financial futures, addressed an audience of Futures industry professionals at the CTA Expo, offering personal stories of his experiences that got him to where he is today.
By Rich Nelson | August 25, 2014
There is still a pretty heavy bearish bias in the lean hogs market. We still have yet to stop the losses in cash hogs or pork.
August 19, 2014
This week’s run will “almost” be a full weekday kill week for hogs.
By Allendale Inc. | August 13, 2014
One of the discouraging issues regarding this week’s change in supply is just how poorly the cash pork market is taking it.