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Increasing live supply - stop in third country export - prices unchanged.

Germany: The previous week's slaughter numbers rose to 876,093 pigs, while the average slaughter weight stagnated at 97.6 kg. The pre-registrations for the current week have risen from 241,400 two weeks ago to 274,200 . It can be assumed that lots will be brought forward. When reselling the cuts to food retailers, processors and for export, the average prices were kept unchanged. But parts such...
  • Increased sales trade in the EU internal market
  • Export failure in third country business
  • Increasing live supply
  • Coronavirus restrictions
  • End of barbecue activities with the beginning of autumn

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