Pork Industry Enjoys Strong Prices, But Faces Rising Costs

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  • 04 mins 35 secs

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The United States saw record prices for exported hogs in 2021, but export volume fell and is expected to drop again in 2022. Hog producers could see strong margins during the summer grilling season, but rising farm input costs may take a toll on profits. CME Group expert roundtable discusses.
  • Mackenzie Billings, Manager Livestock Agriculture Products CME Group
  • Holly Cook, Staff Economist The National Pork Producers Council
  • Daniel Roque, Account Executive CIH Associates, LLC
Channel: CME Group
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