Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 03, 1981, Image 3

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    Hog Markets
Lancaster
Feeder Pigs
Tuesday, December 30
Report supplied by USDA
Today 1540
Last Tuesday
Last Year
Compared to last Tuesday
feeder pigs" uneven; US 1-2
fully steady, instances 5.00-
10.00 higher on 50-75 lbs.
weights; small supply US 2-3
15.00-20.00 lower. All pigs
weighed on arrival and sold
by the hundred weight.
US 1-2: 68 head 34-38 lbs
83.00- 50 head 35-39 lbs,
72.00- 210 head 4049 lbs,
80.00- 111 head 4049 lbs.
60.00- 90 head 51-52 lbs
75.50-77.00,263 head 50-59 lbs,
59.00- 93 head 60-69 lbs.
57 00-64.50, 66 head 70-75 lbs.
51.00- 00.
US 2- 10 head 32 lbs. 69.00,
125 head 44-68 lbs 45.00-51.00
US 2-3; 53 head 30-39 lbs.
35.00-41.00, 70 head 4(M9 lbs.
National Reputation Local Service
32.0040.00. 107 head 50-76 lbs.
35.0046.00.
Feeder Pig Sale
Madison Mills, Va.
Tuesday, December 23
1070
Holiday
Report supplied by VDA
There were 769 head sold.
All pigs were graded by
Representatives of the
VDACS’s Division of
Markets, Livestock Section
on USDA standards and sold
by the hundredweight.
US 1-2’S: 30-39 lbs. 79.00;
4049 lbs. 73.50; 50-59 lbs.
60.00; 60-69 lbs. 60.50; 70-84
lbs. 59.00 ; 85-99 lbs. 57.00;
100-130 lbs. 55.00.
US 3’s: 30-39 lbs. 79.00; 40-
49 lbs. 71.50; 50-59 lbs. 59.00;
60-69 lbs. 62.00; 70-84 lbs.
60.00; 100-130 lbs. 55.00.
Utility: 30-39 lbs. 65 00 ; 40-
49 lbs. 52.00 ; 50-59 lbs. 52.00.
US 4’s: 30-39 lbs. 65.00; 40-
49 lbs. 52.00 ; 50-59 lbs. 52.00;
60-69 lbs. 49.00.
New Holland
Hogs
Monday, December 29
Report supplied by USDA
Today 1633
Last Monday 1506
Last Year 1610
TREND; Compared to last
Monday barrows and gilts
1.00 lower, some late sales
2.00 lower, although few
early sales US 1 mostly
steady.
BARROWS AND GILTS
US 1-2 200-245 lbs. 47.75-48 50,
Few early 48.60-49.00, Late
sales 46.75-47.25. US 1 210-250
lbs Sold early 49.00-50 00 US
1-3 220-265 lbs. 46.25-47 25.
Lancaster
Hogs
Lancaster Stockyards
Monday, December 29
HOGS: Barrows and gilts
mostly 2.00 lower.
BARROWS AND GILTS;
US 1-2 200-245 lbs. 45 50-46.50,
few 46.50-47 00; Few
Selected US 1 205-245 lbs.
48.00-49.00; US 1-3 220-260
lbs 45.00-45 75.
Wednesday, December 31
Report supplied by USDA
HOGS: 250. Small supply
US 1-2 barrows and gilts 2.00
lower.
BARROWS AND GILTS
US 1-2 200-250 lbs. 43.75-44.50.
Peoria
Hogs
Wednesday, December 31
Report supplied by USDA
HOGS 1300 - Barrows &
gilts active, 50 higher US 1-2
200-240 lbs. 43.0043 50, 100
head 44.00; US 1-3 200-240 lbs.
42.0043.00
SOWS: Firm to 200
higher (14%). US 1-3 350450
lbs. 37.00-39.50; 450-500 lbs.
40.0042.00; 500-650 lbs. 42.50-
43.00
BOARS: Over 350 lbs.
36.50, Under 350 lbs 32 00-
39.00.
St. Louis
Hogs
Thursday, December 31
Report supplied by USDA
HOGS: 2500 - Barrows k
gilts rather slow, 50 lower
US 1-2 200-230 lbs. 42.00-42.50.
230-250 lbs. 41.50-42.00; US 1-
3 230-260 lbs. 41.00-42.00.
SOWS: Steady-1.50 lower,
decline mainly on wts. over
500 lbs (About 10%). US 1-3
300-450 lbs. 36.0ft-36.50; 450-
500 lbs 37.00-38.00; Over 500
lbs. 40.50-41 50.
BOARS- Over 250 lbs
35.00; few 200-250 lbs 34.00.
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MEADOW GREEN FARMS
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Richland, Pa. 17087
Best Time to Call
Saturday Morning
6A.M.&BA.M.
717-933-5187
CONTACT:
JOHN CAMPBELL
Atglen, PA
(215)593-5529
GARY McGEE
Spring Run, PA
(717)349-7300
DAN DERR
Conowmgo, MD
(301)378-3280
Westminster
Feeder Pigs
Friday, December 26
Report supplied by auction
868 Pigs: Bidding active
from a large crowd com
pared to last month, prices
were mostly steady. All pigs
weighed on arrival and sold
bv the pound.
US #l&2 Pigs 26 (#1) 351 b.
91 00; 99 29-39 lb 70.00-82 00;
170(#1) 40-44 lb. 79.00-85 00;
109(#2) 4049 lb. 64.00-71.00,
96(#1) 52-59 lb. 68.00-72.00;
47 (#2) 51 lb. 59.00-60.00; 156
60-69 lb. 58.00-70.00 ; 46 73-77
lb. 51.00-55.00; 34 83-86 lb.
45.00-53.00.
US 2&3 : 40 31-40 lb. 52.00-
70.00 ; 27 54-55 lb. 61.0064.00;
1361 lbs. 41.00
Indianapolis
Hogs
Wednesday, December 31
Report supplied by USDA
HOGS: 700 - (Fell 300 short
of estimated 1000). Barrows
& gilts moderately active,
steady with Tuesday’s early
sales or steady-50 higher
than Tuesday’s close. US 1-2
200-240 lbs 43.25-44.00, US 2
few 3 Near 230 lbs. 42.00.
THREE lots US 1-3 260-265
lb. 40.5042.00.
SOWS: Moderately active,
50-1 00 higher (10%). US 1-3
300400 lbs 36.00-38.00 ; 400-
500 lbs. 38.00-39.00; 500-600
lbs. 42.5043.00
BOARS: Under 250 lbs
35.00-37.00, over 250 lbs
32 00-34.00
Pa. Grain
Monday, December 29
Report supplied by PDA
Compared with last
Monday’s market for
Southeastern, Central and
South Central Pa. Com
steady to 4 cents higher;
Wheat uneven, weak to 3
cents lower; Barley steady
to 2 cents, spots 6 cents
lower; Ear Corn steady to ?3
higher.
Prices paid delivered to
dealers dock - (All prices per
bushel, except Ear Corn per
ton.)
Southeastern Pa.
Com No. 2-y range 3.70-
3.95, few reported down
average 3.83; Wheat No. 2
range 4.20-4.70, few reported
4.87, average 4.46; Barley
No 3 range 2.35-2.85, few
reported 3 35, average 2.68;
Oats No. 2 range 2.15-2.50,
few reported 2.85, average
2.40, Soybeans No. 1 range
6.96-7.50, average 7.24;
Gram Sorghum No. 2 range
2.90, average 2.90; Buck
wheat range 8.00, average
8.00; Ear Cora range 97-
119 00, few reported 125.00,
average 105.40.
Central Pa.
Com No. 2-y range 3.55-
J.M. HOOBER Inc.
LANCASTER STOCKYARDS
Your Livestock Broker
Serving You Since 1895.
• Up-to-date market information.
• We sell slaughter cattle, fat hogs, calves,
lambs, feeder pigs
• Suppliers of feeder cattle.
NEXT FEEDER PIG SALE
. TUESDAY, JAN. 6 - 1 P.M.
Consign your livestock to J.M. Hoobsr, Inc.,
where it will receive personal care and service
Call Us:
Phone: (717) 397-6191 - Home 569-2084
Small stock Division - 397-6191
Home-626-5659
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 3,1981—A3
Chicago Grain Futures
(Closing Bids as of Wednesday Dec. 31)
Corn Wheat Soybeans Meal
Jan.
March 3.78
3.84 Vi 5.10% 8.43% 249.00
May
3 84V4
July
Trend - Corn is higher, Wheat is higher. Soybeans are
higher, Soybean Meal is higher.
Market Provided by Commodity Department
Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc.
Futures Trading
( Closing Bids as cf Wednesday, Dec. 31)
Chicago Chicago New York
Cattle Hogs Maine
65.15
Jan.
68.15 47.70
Feb.
Mar.
69.62 48.25
Apr.
71.30
June
Trend - Cattle are higher, Hogs are higher. Potatoes are
higher.
Market Provided by Commodity Department
Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc.
U.S. inspected
Livestock Slaughter
U.S. Inspected
Livestock Slaughter
Estimated Daily Livestock Slaughter
Under Federal Inspection
CATTLE CALVES HOGS SHEEP
Week to Date
353.000
Same Period Last Week
302.000 27,000
Same Period Last Year
220.000 17,000
Market courtesy of USDA.
3.95, average 3.76; Wfteai
No. 2 range 3.90-4.60,
average 4.25; Barley No. 3
range 2.15-2.50, average
2.31; Oats No. 2 range 2.00-
2.40, average 2.22; Grain
Sorghum No. 2 range 4.00,
average 4.00; Buckwheat
range 8.00, average 8.00;
Ear Corn 94.00-108.00,
average 99.25.
South Central Pa.
Com No. 2-y range 3.50-
3.70, average 3.66; Wheat
No. 2 range 3.80-4.30,
average 4.04; Barley No. 3
range 2.40-2.50, few reported
3.15, average 2.55; Oats No. 2 '
range 1.90-2.60, average
2.27; Ear Cora range 90.00-
100.00, average 95.38.
7.88% 231.70
818% 241.30
5.01
4.91
Potatoes
13.90
52.02
997,000 63,000
31,000
931,000 58,000
635,000 39,000
Western Pa.
Com No. 2-y range 3.40-
3.75, average 3.55; Wheat
No. 2 range 3.85-4.00,
average 3.93; Barley No. 3
few reported range 2.10,
average 2.10; Oats No. 2
range 1.80-2.25, average 1.94.
Southeastern, Central &
South Central Summary
Com No. 2-y range 3.50-
3.95, average 3.78; Wheat
No. 2 range 3.80-4.70,
average 4.30; Barley No. 3
range 2.15-2.85, average
2.53; Oats No. 2 range 1.90-
2.60, average 2.29; Ear Com
range 90.00-110.00, average
100.42.
LIVESTOCK
TRANSPORTATION
P.O. Box 925
Lancaster, PA
Phone
717-393-4641
(day or night)
Marvin Johns
717-393-4641
Gene Zwaily
717-626-8632
Soybean