Pork export sales up on week thanks to China, Mexico

Pork export sales up on week thanks to China, Mexico

U.S. pork export sales shot higher during the week ending July 28th. The USDA says sales of 31,000 tons were up more than 40% on the week, with significant purchases by China and Mexico. Soybean meal also saw an improvement with the Philippines picking up more than half of the weekly total. All other major commodities were down, including a net reduction for old crop soybeans after a cancellation by unknown destinations and marketing year lows for cotton and rice.

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