This report contains information on premiums and discounts for direct slaughter cattle cuts. Includes price ranges, simple average, and changes by quality, cutability yield grade, and weight. This is a weekly release.
This report contains a weekly summary of grains weighed for export in metric tons, including totals for the current and previous market year to date. Included are grains prepared for export weekly by country of destination and port area.
This release reports advertised prices for all regions to consumers at major retail supermarkets for local and organic commodities. Includes information on featuring for fruit/vegetables, livestock, poultry, and dairy, and stores and pricing information by commodity and variety.
This is the national weekly direct slaughter cattle report (domestic cattle only) for formulated and forward contract purchases, with total dressed and live formula net, negotiated grid net, and forward contract net transactions of. Additionally includes weight and price statistics for steers and heifers by grade for each type of transaction on a dressed and live basis.
This release reports the Colorado weekly formulated, forward contract, and negotiated grid purchases of slaughter cattle, and includes weight and price statistics for steers and heifers by type and grade, and type of transaction. Also included are comparisons to numbers from a week ago and a year ago.
This report contains information on international wholesale market vegetable prices in Toronto, Canada. Data is organized by type, species, and variant of vegetable and prices are given in U.S. dollars per specified container volume.
This report contains the results of theWolgemuth Hay Auction in New Holland, PA, with commentary on changes in supply, demand, price, and other observed trends. Includes relevant load count, tonnage, and price statistics by variety of hay, quality, and bale size.
This report covers weekly market activity from Monday to Friday and includes an estimated value of a standard pork carcass and primals based on the various individual cuts and prices of those cuts. The values and volumes reflect marketplace activity for all destinations including export, sales types, delivery periods, refrigeration types, and packaging styles with the exception of specialty pork products.
The pork carcass cutout value of an individual pork carcass is based on the amounts of the various cuts produced by that carcass and the prices of those cuts. Its value is expressed in cents per pound or dollars per hundred pounds. To learn more, visit A User's Guide to USDA's Pork Carcass Cutout (pdf).