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USDA Nat'l Lamb Carcass Cutout 09/11 15:40 LM_XL502 St Joseph, MO Mon, Sep 11, 2023 NATIONAL ESTIMATED LAMB CARCASS CUTOUT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Based on 5-Day Rolling weighted average FOB plant prices collected under Mandatory Price Reporting and industry yields. Values reflect U.S. dollars per 100 pounds. CUTS FOB PRICE CHANGE % CARCASS LBS FORESADDLE 204 RACK, 8-RIB MEDIUM 1029.4208 4.5806 5.6500 3.5030 204C RACK, ROAST-READY, FRENCHED 2228.6820 -7.1255 3.0700 1.9034 209 BREAST ** 389.8727 6.8653 8.4500 5.2390 207 SHOULDERS, SQ-CUT 397.5192 -0.2402 23.1000 14.3220 210 FORESHANK 587.7386 2.0132 3.2500 2.0150 NECK ** 382.3787 0.5075 2.1700 1.3454 FAT and BONE 10.0000 0.0000 3.5000 2.1700 296 GROUND LAMB 649.3283 -1.8011 1.9500 1.2090 SHRINK 0.3500 0.2170 HINDSADDLE 232 LOINS, TRIMMED 4X4 679.6209 2.8962 5.5600 3.4472 232 LOINS, TRIMMED 1X1 850.9005 14.9216 3.8100 2.3622 232E FLANK, UNTRIMMED ** 229.4320 3.7329 3.2200 1.9964 233A LEG, TROTTER OFF 462.5261 0.9336 15.8100 9.8022 234 LEG, BONELESS, TIED 705.5984 -1.9856 10.2400 6.3488 FAT and BONE 10.0000 0.0000 7.5600 4.6872 296 GROUND LAMB 649.3283 -1.8011 1.9600 1.2152 SHRINK 0.3500 0.2170 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GROSS CARCASS VALUE: 528.2204 1.3604 100.0000 62.0000 FORESADDLE VALUE 566.6440 1.1769 51.4900 31.9238 HINDSADDLE VALUE 487.4365 1.5641 48.5100 30.0762 Carcass value less process/packaging per cwt cost of $77.0000 NET CARCASS VALUE 451.2204 1.3604 * Fat and Bone an industry survey value for LM_XL502 calculation * Based on Actual Federally Inspected Slaughter Carcass Weight of 62.0000 lbs. for W/E 12/24/2022, -1.0000 lbs lighter than last week. ** Includes Fresh and Frozen Product --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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