USDA Weekly By-Product Value Hog Report - Feb 14

NW_LS446
Des Moines, IA     Fri, Feb 14, 2020     USDA Market News

WEEKLY USDA BY-PRODUCT DROP VALUE (HOG)
The offal value from a typical slaughter hog (1) for the
week ended 2/14/2020 was estimated at 3.64 per cwt live, up
0.01 when compared to last week.
FOB CENTRAL U.S.
CALCULATIONS FOR BY-PRODUCT VALUE (HOG) -
                             Lbs     Price   Change   Value
                                             Prv/Wk
Cheek meat, trimmed           0.28   88.00     -       0.25
Chitterlings                  1.26   42.00     -       0.53
Ears, edible export           0.19  150.00     -       0.29
Tongues, grn, bnls, sml bx    0.18   64.00     -       0.12
Hearts, slashed, domestic     0.28   48.00     -       0.13
Kidneys, inedible             0.25   11.75     -       0.03
Livers, inedible              1.25   17.00     -       0.21
Melts, inedible               0.17    5.50     -       0.01
Salivary Glands               0.26   50.00     -       0.13
Snouts, mask on               0.28   57.00     -       0.16
Stomachs, scld, small box     0.43   65.00     -       0.28
Lungs, inedible               0.95    4.63     -       0.04
Choice white grease           0.50   27.00     -       0.14
Pork meat & bone meal         1.57  221.25    11.25    0.17
Pork blood meal               0.58  926.25     -       0.27
Lard                          1.72   28.25     -       0.48
Blood plasma                  2.01   20.00     -       0.40
                Totals:      12.16                     3.64
           Dressed equivalent basis (74% dress):       4.92
(1) Typical slaughter hog weighs 280 pounds.

Source:  USDA Market News Service, Des Moines, IA
         Veronica M. Alvarado  515-284-4460  Desm.LPGMN@ams.usda.gov
         24 Hour recorded market information 515-284-4830
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