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Harrington's Sort & Cull
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Thu Jul 2, 2015 01:04 PM CDT

If net pork export sales last week had been a fireworks display, the explosive light show would have sent the top pyrotechnicians at Disney World, Las Vegas, and the Washington Mall back to the drawing board. In short, foreign demand for U.S. pork proved to be extraordinary.

New biz through the final full week to June totaled 38,979 MT, up 90% from the previous week, 91% greater than the prior 4-week average, and a marketing-year high. No sad box of snakes or sputtering fountain, this thundering round of business essentially represents the largest ground-shaker since USDA began reporting weekly data ...

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