Excerpt from Foreign Crops and Markets, Vol. 19: October 7, 1929
The British cured pork market exhibited additional strength during the weer ended October 2, cheching the downward price movement of recent weeks, according to information cabled by Agricultural Commissioner Foley at London. Averages of Liverpool quotations for the week showed American green bellies and short cut green hams as having maintained the position of the preceding week, While Danish Wiltshire sides, at per 100 pounds, Were up somewhat. American prime steam western lard, however, Was easier at See table, page 587.
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