Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 10, 1976, Image 4

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    d—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. Jan. 10. 1976
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Poultry Market Reports
Weekly New York Egg Market
Monday, January 5 to Friday, January 9
Mon. Tucs. Wed. Tburs.
WHITE
Ex Large 68 67 67 67 67
Large 68 67 67 67 67
Mediums 66 64 64 64 64
Pullets 59 58 58 58 58
Peewces 36 35 35 35 35
BROWN
Large 72 72 72 73
Mediums Unquoted
Pullets Unquoted
Peewees Unquoted
Off Grade
Large 61 60 60 60 60
Checks 39Ms 38% 37% 38 38
Tone Large full Steady, balance Steady.
Copyright 1976 Urner Barry Publications
HAY MARKETS
New Holland
January 5,1976
Prices Per Ton
70 loads hay & 31 loads
straw.
Alfalfa 59.00-121.00;
Timothy 49.00-64.00; Mixed
hay 41.00-89.00, one at 114.00;
Straw 45.00-56.00, few down
to 31,00-39.00; Bromegrass,
one load at 56.00; Soybeans,
one load at 37.00; Peanut
Hulls, 2 loads 43.50 and 44.00;
Corn, one load at 70.00; Com
Fodder, one load at 43.00.
Paul Z.
Martin
Wednesday, Jan. 7
81 loads of hay, straw and
ear com sold as follows:
Alfalfa Hay 50-109;
Timothy Hay 49-67; Mixed
Hay 56-95; Clover 47.50-80;
Straw 41.50-50; Ear Com, 2
loads, 66 & 72; 1 load poultry
manure, 11.00 a ton.
from HISTORY'S SCRAPBOOK
OATES AND EVENTS FROM YESTERYEARS
January 10, 1920-Establishment of the League of
Nations.
January 11,1757-Birthday of Alexander Hamilton.
January 12, 1687-Robcrt de la Salle, French explorer,
began his last historic journey from the coast of Texas.
January 13, 1808-Samuel Chase, sixth Chief Justice of
the United States, was born.
January 14, ....-The Feast of the Holy Name is
celebrated by Catholics on the second Sunday after the
Epiphany—which fell on January 14 in 1934 and 1945.
January 15, 1777-Settler declared New Connecticut
a new state. The name was changed to Vermont a few
months la ter.
Green Dragon
January 2,1976
Prices Per Ton
84 loads hay & 31 loads
straw.
Alfalfa 67.00-101.00;
Timothy 50.00-72.00; Mixed
hay 54.00-95.00, one load at
100.00; Clover, few loads
72.00-90.00; Grass hay,
couple loads 46.00 and 54.00;
Straw 47.00-60.00; Corn, 8
loads 64.00-74.00; Oats, one
load $1.85 per bushel.
Regional
(All hay No. 2 and better,
prices paid by dealers at the
farm, price per ton.)
Hay & Straw steady to
spots uneven.
Alfalfa 75.00-85.00, few
down to 60.00; Mixed hay
50.00- Timothy hay
45.00- Straw 35.00-
40.00; Mulch 20.00-35.00.
New England Weekly Shell Egg Report
Tuesday, January 6,1976
Prices paid per down Grade "A" brown eggs In cartons
delivered to retail stores:
EX LARGE LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
MASS+ 7 3-84 72-83 6941 55-71
Mostly ' 74-76 73-75 70-72 56-58
NEWHAMP. 68-75 67-74 64-71 50-57
Mostly 71-72 69-70 6647 52-54
R.I. 77-78 76-77 73-74 63-64
VERMONT 75-82 74-81 71-77
Mostly 75-80 74-78 71-72
MAINE 75-77 74-76 71-73
+lncludes Central and Western Sections Only.
Frl
PhiladeipPa
Eggs
Wednesday, Jan. 7
Prices unchanged to lower
on all sizes.
Cartoning demand fairly
good. Offerings adequate to
fully adequate. Undertone
steady though cautious.
Prices to Retailers: Sales
to volume buyers, consumer
grades white eggs in cartons,
delivered: Store Door:
A Extra Large 71-78%; A
Large 70-77%; A Medium
65%-74.
Eastern PA
& NJ
Live Poultry Report
Wednesday, Jan. 7
Prices lower on light type
hens. Offerings irregular
ranging adequate to barely
adequate.
Demand fair though
unaggresive. Offerings of
heavy type hens adequate
for a fair call.
Prices Paid at Farm
Light type hens 9-11 mostly
10-11 in PA; mostly 9-10 in
N.J.
Heavy type hens Too Few
to Report.
New Holland
Horse
Monday, Jan. 5
Reported receipts of 329
horses, mules and ponies.
Market stronger than last
week.
Load of Illinois driving
horses 260-435 and load of
Tennessee riding horses 250-
400.
Local work horses 375-510;
one pair at $1800; mules 225-
400; better horses 275-450;
driving horses 175-560;
riding horses 150-260;
lightweight killers 19-24;
heavyweight killers 27-29;
mares 15-45; colts 5-25;
geldings 15-40 and larger
ponies 50-100.
New Holland
Dairy
Wednesday, Jan. 7
Reported receipts of 123
cows and 2 nulls. Market
steady with last week.
Load of Pa. cows fresh -
600-325; springers 560-650;
load of Franklin County cows
fresh 440-625 and springers
550-785; load of Pa. cows 700-
720; load of first calf heifers
from Delaware 395-500 and
load of Wisconsin cows fresh
700-910.
Locally consigned cows
360-640; springing heifers
450-525; bulls 275-410.
Herd dispersal of 24 head
in all stages of production
from Chester County 270-500.
•'v •
Baltimore
Eggs
Wednesday, Jan. 7
Prices declined. Demand
slowing down. Supplies
adequate to ample.
Cartoned eggs; Prices to
retailers, state graded (min.
one case sale).
WHITE:
Grade A Large 71-74;
Grade A Medium 68-71.
Delmarva
Broiler-Fryer Market
Wednesday, Jan. 7
RTC movement fairly
good for current needs,
especially for graded
product. Slaughter schedules
heavy. Today’s LTL asking
prices held unchanged on
both plant & US GR A. ad
vance interest slow in
developing at lower prices.
Live supplies ample at very
heavy wts. Undertone un
settled.
Current Broiler-Fryer
negotiated prices for im
mediate delivery mostly
multiple-drop.
Shipments to New York
City from Delmarva;
Range: US Grade A 41-43;
Plant Grade 40-42; Premium
43%-48; Premium-P 42%-46.
EGOMATIC CANDLER & GRADER
Spri
Developed as an effective means of eliminating checking and breaking,
these high-quality stainless-steel springs are precision-engineered to
provide feather-soft cushioning yet maintain positive control of all egg -
movements
We handle the following items. 5-90 Case Per Hour Candlers and
Graders, Egomatic Equipment, Parts and Products, Kuhl Equipment, Parts
and Products, Burch Coolers, Complete Housing and Cages by Cycle
Systems, Inc. Also all other supplies for the Poultry Industry.
WE SELL, SERVICE AND INSTAU ALL ABOVE EQUIPMENT.
■jjd MODERN POULTRY
"I* SUPPLIES, INC.
NEST RUN EGGS
prices arc from Egg Clearinghouse, Inc,, dx p
Durham, N.H. and reflect trading prices for grodeablc
nest run eggs (GNH) on ECI, a nationwide trading ccnlt,
for producers, packers and marketers. GNH eggs
classified by weight in 30-dozen eases, and traded In
either 300 or 750 eases. Prices arc FOB buyers dock, and
arc computed Tuesday and Thursday of each week Tins
week’s prices for each classification were
New Weight
Per Case
51 lbs
48 lbs
42 lbs
39 lbs
48 lbs
48 lbs
Classification
Extra I-argc
Class 1 - Large
Class 3 - Medium
Class 4 - Small
Breaking Stock
Checks
57-59
Local
Grain
Friday, Jan. 9
These prices are made up
of the average prices quoted
by a number of participating
area feed and grain con
cerns. It should be noted,
however, that qot every
dealer or broker handles
each commodity. All prices
are per bushel except ear
corn and soybean meal
which are per ton.
BEEFALO HYBRID
CATTLE
BEEFALO - irS GREAT
- Rapid gams on grass and roughage
- 55-65 lb Births-up to 1100 lb yearling
- Test data show 62 percent carcass dress out
- We stock and distribute Pureblood Beefalo
Semen and Half-Blood Beefalo heifers and
bulls.
- Visit our farm and see our animals.
NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR % BULLS & HEIFERS.
BEEFALO N & J #
4270 Quakerbridge Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
609-896-0336
Member World Beefalo Association
For More Information Call or See Jim or Mike Enck
JAMES! ENCK WAREHOUSE (PICKUP)
OFFICE 1044 EAST KING STREET 752 EAST ROSS STREET
LANCASTER. PENNA 17602 LANCASTER, PENNA 17602
717-299-0828 0 r 717-397-5850
Tuesday Thursdav
0 0
57 57
54 53
49 47
45 45
39 39
The average prices quoted
Friday, Jan. 9, are as
follows;
Bld+ Offered+
Ear Corn 55.00 62.00
Shelled Com 2.60 2.79
Barley 2.03\4 2.18
Oats
Local 1.48 1.70
Western 1.85 21)0
Wheat 2.56 »
Millers 2.90
Soybeans 4.65
Soybean Meal: None
reported.