Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 13, 1980, Image 4

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    A4—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 13,1980
Poultry Markets
Weekly New York Egg Market
From Friday, Sept. 5 to Sept. 11
Fri. Mon. Tues. Wed.
Jumbo
Ex Large
Large
91 91 91
79 79 79
74 74 74
64 64 64
47 47 47
Mediums
Pullets
BROWN
Jumbo
1.07 1.07 1.07
89 89 89
87 87 87
Unquoted
Unquoted
Unquoted
Ex Large
Large
Mediums
Pullets
Peewees
Off Grade
Large
Checks
67 67 67
40 40 41
Tone; Large barely steady. Balance .medium easy.
Copyright 1980 by Urner-Barry
N. E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Tuesday Sept. 9
Report supplied by USDA
Prices paid per dozen Grade “A” Brown eggs m cartons
delivered to retail stores:
Ex. Large
89-95
MASS.+
Mostly
N.HAMP
91-93
84-91
Mostly
R.I,
93-94
VERMONT
91-99
Mostly 92-93 89-91 77-79
MAINE 90-92 89-90 77-78
+ Includes Central and Western Sections only.
Copyright 1980 by Lancaster Farming
P.O. Box 366 - Lititz, PA 17543
Office: 22 E. Main St., Lititz, PA 17543
Record-Express Office Building
Phone: Lancaster 717-394-3047
or Lititz 717-626-1164
Robert G. Campbell, Publisher
E. Curtis Harler, Editor
Sheila M. Miller, Associate Editor
Patricia M. Kauffman, Staff Writer
Dick Anglestein, Staff Writer
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Columbia 717-285-4926
Sue Kauffman, Lancaster County
Peach Bottom 717-548-3131
Vivian Paul, Northampton County
Bath 215-837-1363
Joyce Bupp, York County
Seven Valleys
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Delta 717-862-3536
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Established November 4,1955
Published every Saturday
by Lancaster Farming, Lititz, PA
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1.07
89
87
Medium
75-81
Large
87-93
89-91
82-89
77-79
70-77
72-75
84-87
7980
91-92
77-85
89-97
Prices are from Egg Clearinghouse, Inc., (ECI) Durham,
N.H. and reflect trading prices for gradable nest run eggs
(GNR) on ECI, a nationwide trading center for producers,
packers and marketers. GNR eggs are classified by weight m
30-dozen cases, and traded in lots of either 300 or 750 cases.
Prices are FOB buyers dock, and are computed Tuesday and
Thursday of each week. This week’s prices for each
classification were:
Classification
Class 1-Large
Class 2-Large
Class 3 - Medium
Class 4-Small
Breaking Stock
Checks
Thors.
Philadelphia
Eggs
1.07
89
87
Wednesday, September 10
Report supplied by USDA
Prices unchanged. Car
toning demand fair for late
holiday fill-in needs m some
quarters. Offerings of
Jumbos and Extra Large
well cleared, large adequate
while small sizes fully
adequate, undertone steady.
Prices to Retailers; Sale to
volume buyers, consumer
grades white eggs m car
tons, delivered store door.
• A Extra Large 72%-80; A
Large 71%-75; A Medium
61%-64.
Small
47-
48-
42-49
44-47
50-51
Eastern Pa. &
N. J. Poultry
Wednesday, September 10
Report supplied by USDA
Prices unchanged on light
type hens. Demand fair for
adequate farm offerings.
Offers of heavy type
adequate for a good holiday
interest.
Prices paid at farm: light
type hens 8-9, mostly 8%.
F. 0.8. Plant; 10%-11,
mostly 11.
HEAVY TYPE HENS.
TFEWR.
49-50
Western Maryland
Market
Hagerstown, Md.
Tuesday, September 9
Report supplied by auction
BUTCHER COWS: Steady
to 50 cents higher. High
Yield 48.00-51.00; Standard &
Utility 45.00-48.00; Canners
44.00-47.00; Shelly 43.00
Down. Bulls Medium to
55.35; Steers Good 1000-1200
lb. 60.00-65.00 Standard 54.00-'
60.00; Heifers Good to 63.00.
BUTCHER HOGS: $2.00
Higher! US #1 & 2 to 48.60;
US §1 & 3 215-240 lbs. 47.60-
48.25 ; 240-260 lbs. 46.5048.10;
195-200 lbs. 43.0045.00; 275-
400 lbs. 37.0044.50. SOWS:
350-650 lb. 37.00-44.60.
BOARS: 400-775 lb. 33.10-
34.10.
VEAL CALVES. Good
Run Prices Steady. Good &
Choice 83.00-94.00; Standard
70.0tm.00; Stocky 60.00-
70.00, Killers 80-100 lbs.
58.00- Weak & Rough
57 00 Down.
CALVES RETURNED TO
FARM. Demand Weaker.
Holstein Heifers 85-125 lbs.
120.00- Holstein Bulls
few 95-115 lbs. 95.00-110.00,
mostly 80.00-95.00.
LAMBS Good 55 to 80 lb
$51.00-59.00
STOCK CATTLE Good
Selection. Steers Good &
Choice 400-600 lbs 64.00-
73.00, 700-900 lbs 00;
Heifers Good 400-750 lbs.
50 00-60 00; Bulls few
medium 300-500 lbs. to 68.00
PIGS AND SHOATS:
Prices steady By the Head
15-30 lbs 8.00-18 00, few to
23 00; 30-60 lbs 20 00-30.00;
By the Lb. 90-150 lb 38 GO
-44 00
Nest Run Eggs
Sept. 11
Thursday
61
51
52
40
50
40
Fogelsville
Poultry
Fogelsville, Pa.
Tuesday, September 9
Net Weight
Per Case
48 lbs.
45 lbs.
42 lbs.
39 lbs.
48 lbs.
48 lbs.
Report supplied by USD A
(Prices paid dock weights,
cents per pound, except
where noted)
HENS, LIGHT TYPE,
range 5-8, mostly 5.
HENS, HEAVY TYPE,
range 10-38, mostly 18.
PULLETS: range 20-47,
mostly 47.
ROASTERS; range 5-47,
mostly 47.
CAPONS (slips): range 30.
FRYERS: range 44.
DUCKS; range 20-75,
mostly 65.
GEESE: range 20.
RABBITS: range 30-75,
mostly 50.
GUINEAS; range 1.50-
2.10, mostly 180.
PIGEONS (Per Pair);
range 2.00-3.10, mostly 2.00.
TOTAL COOPS SOLD
293.
Wednesday, September 10
Report supplied by USDA
Market steady. Demand
only fair and not aggressive
on any size. Supplies
adequate.
Cartoned eggs; prices to
retailers, state graded (mm.
one case sale) white.
Grade A Large 77-79
Grade A Medium 67-69
We've Got You Covered!
/ i
When you sign the delivery slip on your next lot of Moyer’s
chicks, don't expect to see a masked man with a vaccine gun
looking over your shoulder.
However, what you can expect from Moyer’s is chicks from
breeders fully immunized against Newcastle, Bronchitis, AE
and IBD. Flocks are also regularly monitored for MG & MS to
maintain clean status. For you this means vigorously healthy
baby chicks with day old resistance to most viral stresses. Can
you afford not to be covered?
Quakertown, PA. 18951
BROWN & WHITE 315 *
EGG LAYERS * 215 ) 5 ' J0 " 3155
Sept. 9
Tuesday
60
57
52
39
50
40
Baltimore
Eggs
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7H*qot& CHICKS,
Delmarva
Poultry
Wednesday, September 10
Report supplied by USDA
RTC movement light and
disappointing on whole
birds, still fair on parts.
Slaughter schedules fairly
heavy. Today’s LTL asking
prices mostly 52 on plant and
53 U.S. Grade A. Advanced
interest slow in developing.
Live supplies ample at
mostly desirable weights.
Undertone weak an
dunsettled.
Current broiler/fryer
negotiated pnces for im
mediate delivery includes
mostly multiple drop
shipments to New York City
from Delmarva.
RANGE: U.S. Grade A 52-
56%; Plant Grade 50-55%;
Premium X U.S. Grade A
59.00.
WTD. AVG.; U.S. Grade A
TOP OF THE
HOG MARKET
DANVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET
OLD ROUTE 11, DANVILLE, PA 17821
717-275-2880
COMING...
FALL FEEDER CATTLE SALE
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10,7:00 P.M.
HORSE SALE HELD 3rd 8
SATURDAY OF THE MONTH|
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Market your cattle & hogs
the auction way.
Sale every Monday 2 P.M.
Melvin M. Lehman (Owner)
m
■BiW
53.81: Plant Grade 52.86;
Premium X U.S. Grade A
59.00.
X - includes special ser
vices, selected competitifl
brands, etc. "
WE’RE GROWING BETTER
INC.
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