Average cattle price at auction again above $8,000. Week June 8-14, 2024

The Observatory of Agrarian Prices and Costs (OPCA) of the University of Córdoba tells us in its latest report that the price earned for both first and second class continued to recover. It also points out that the commercialization of cattle in these departments has shown a notable increase during the first five months of 2024 (Read in CONTexto livestock: The livestock trade of Córdoba and Sucre shows a significant increase in 2024). This trend is similar to that observed in the other regions.

Average price of fat cattle at auctions in the week June 8-14, 2024

Like every week, WITHlivestock context presents its readers with the main news on the price of livestock in the country at auction, based on the data recorded from the statistics compiled by the Planning and Economic Studies area of ​​Fedegán-FNG.

This week The average price of fat cattle at auctions was $8,055 kilo, $151 above the level reached in the immediately previous week, which was $7,904 kilo. The percentage increase is +1.9%.

The highest price was recorded in Llanos Orientales, in Subasta Guamal, MC, where The average price was located according to the Meta Livestock Committee Bulletin in $9,540 kg.

He lowest price was observed in Santanderesin MERCAGAN – Santander (2 1/4) MC, where the price was at $6,800.

Regarding the positive percentage variations, the one recorded in Llanos Orientales stands out, in PUERTO LÓPEZ AUCTION (2 1/2 years) MC, where The average price went from $7,000 kilo to $8,400 kiloregistering an increase of $1,400 per kilo, which is equivalent to +20%.

In relation to the negative percentage variations, it corresponded to Caldas, DOREXPO – La Dorada MC (final price), where the price stood at $7,800 kilo, showing a price reduction of $400 per kilo, which is equivalent to a variation of -4.9%.

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skinny male

The average price of lifting male (ML) in the week June 8-14, 2024 it was maintained. It stood at $8,626 kilo, with a reduction of $8 per kilo (-0.1%).

The highest price in this category was paid in Casanare, at YOPAL AUCTION, 1 1/4 years ML, where the price was located at $10,092** kilo.

The lowest price was recorded in Santanderes, in MERCAGAN – Santander, 1 1/4 years ML, where the price was $6,475 kilo.

In terms of positive percentage variations this week, Casanare stood out, in SUBACASANARE-Yopal, 1 1/2 years ML, where the price stood at $9,700 kilo, $1,159 per kilo above that registered the previous week, equivalent to an increase of +13.6%

Regarding the negative percentage variations, this week Santanderes stood out, in SUGABERRIO – Cimitarra, ML, where the price stood at $8,078 kilo, $400 per kilo below the price recorded the previous week, equivalent to a decrease of -10.2%

Eastern females

The national average in this category was $7,382 kilo, registering an increase of $132 kilo, which is equivalent to a variation of +1.8%.

The highest price was paid in Casanare, at YOPAL AUCTION, 1 1/4 years HL, located in $8,900/kgabove the price of the previous week in $1,917 kilowhich is equivalent to a variation of $25.5%.

The lowest price was paid in Magdalena, in SUGAORYGEN – Nueva Granada, 1 1/4 years HL, where it was paid on average $5,900 per kilowhich is $1,200 kilo below that recorded the previous week, which was $7,100, showing a decrease of -16.9%.

Prices of commercial fat cattle on the Colombian Mercantile Stock Exchange

The national average was $8,381 kilo, registering a decrease of $25 kilo, which is equivalent to a variation of -0.3%.

The place where these cattle were paid the best was Bogotá, with $8,948 per kilo, increasing $108 per kilo compared to that registered the immediately previous week, which is equivalent to +1.2%.

 
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