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Welcome to Genesus Genetics

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  Genesus Genetics is the world leader in hyper prolific gilts being produced from the largest registered purebred herd in the world. Our teams of ...
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Pork Commentary – April 14, 2014 – US Hog Market Continues to run $100 Per Head Higher

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Pork Commentary Jim Long President – CEO Genesus Inc. info@genesus.com April 14, 2014   US Hog Market Continues to run $100 Per Head Higher than a ...
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Pork Commentary – April 7 2014 – Hog Market continues to Defy Gravity

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Pork Commentary Jim Long President – CEO Genesus Inc. April 7, 2014 Hog Market continues to Defy Gravity We have to say the level of current cash hog prices ...
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Pork Commentary – March 31 – USA March 1st Hogs & Pigs Report

Pork Commentary Jim Long President – CEO Genesus Inc. March 31, 2014 USA. – March 1st Hogs and Pigs Report The USDA released the March 1st Hogs and Pigs Report last Friday. Our Observations Hogs and Pigs Inventory lowest since 2007 Litter size lowest since 2009 Quarterly Pig Crop lowest ...

Pork Commentary – March 24, 2014 – Hog Market Its Beyond Belief!

Pork Commentary Jim Long President – CEO Genesus Inc. March 24, 2014 Hog Market – Its Beyond Belief! The Iowa – S. Minnesota lean hog price averaged $128.36 last Friday.  A year ago the price was 74₵/lbs.  About $115 per head higher year over year.  At just over 2 million hogs per ...

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Pork Commentary – March 17, 2014 – All Superlatives are Understatements in this Hog Market

Pork Commentary Jim Long President – CEO Genesus Inc. March 17, 2014   All Superlatives are Understatements in this Hog Market We have run out of superlatives to describe the U.S. hog market.  Prices have risen not only rapidly but to unpredicted high levels. Review The U.S. National ...