NEWS
Thu Nov 29, 2012 02:19 PM CST

The views expressed here are those of Walt Hackney and are not necessarily those of DTN, its management or employees.

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HOGS

Experts in the analytical field of the pork industry are wondering when the summer culling of the sow herd is going to take effect on the numbers of market hogs coming either in December or during the first quarter of 2013. Granted, this is quite a spread of time, but since there has been no evidence of the culling up to this time, the lurking question is, "When do we see the ...

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