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Video: Supplies High as Pork Export Challenges Continue

Mar 12, 2015

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AgStar Edge, Due to the labor dispute at the West Coast ports, it is estimated that the pork export slowdown has created an abundance in the supplies, about 91 million pounds per month lower than a year ago. U.S pork production was up about 100 million pounds per month during this time. Global AgriTrends' Brett Stuart discusses the results of the port challenges and the inelastic nature of the pork supply-price relationship.