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EU Pig Prices: Quotations Increasing Throughout Europe

  • 24 Jun 08:03

EU Pig Prices: Quotations Increasing Throughout Europe Currently, the pig slaughter markets are displaying a friendly face all over Europe. Accordingly, the quotations went up in all significant countries. The positive values range from 3 cents (Denmark) to 6 cents (Germany). Spain remains the top leader in the EU comparison. Last week, the Spanish quotation went up by a converted 5 cents per kg slaughter weight, now amounting to a corrected 1.66 euros per kg slaughter weight. At the same time, the slaughter weights have gone down by about 5 kg since the beginning of the year. According to Spanish market observers, exports towards China in particular are the reason for swift marketing of the comparably large quantities. Read more...

EU Pig Prices: Easter Business Is Boosting the Market

  • 23 Mar 11:36

EU Pig Prices: Easter Business Is Boosting the Market Thanks to the pre-Easter business, the situation has finally improved on the European pig slaughter market. The knot has been cut. Many quotations are going up noticeably. The first step was taken by Germany with its 5 cents’ plus. Thus, the benchmark was set for the other countries. The Netherlands, Belgium and Austria followed suit with quotations almost alike. The market is cleared; now, shortly before Easter, pigs are well demanded by the slaughter companies. In Great Britain the mood also feels much more like in spring. The quotations recorded for pigs for slaughter went up. As stated by a British market observer, Germany’s five cents’. Read more...

EU Pig Prices: Steady Quotations – Friendly Atmosphere

  • 19 Feb 10:45

EU Pig Prices: Steady Quotations – Friendly Atmosphere The situation on the European pig slaughter market goes on being balanced.The quotations, for the most part, remain on the level achieved. So does the leading quotation in Germany. In Denmark as well as in Belgium the prices remain unchanged as well. The drifting down of prices could also be stopped in the Netherlands, where last week’s quotation had still been corrected downward. Yet, the Netherlands are ranking last at a great distance within the pricing structure of the five EU member countries most significant in pig keeping. So, the gap between the German and Dutch corrected price levels is 12 cents, thus being extraordinarily large. As a rule, the. Read more...