Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 21, 1984, Image 3

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    Lancaster Hogs
Lancaster Stockyards
Monday, July 16
Report supplied by USDA
HOGS: Compared to last
Wednesday barrows and gilts 1.00-
1 50 lower; sows unevenly steady.
BARROWS AND GILTS; US 1-2
215-245 lb. 57.25-58.00, 200-215 lb.
54 00-56.00. US 1 215-240 lb. 58.25-
60 00 US 1-3 215-260 lb. 56.25-57.25.
SOWS: US 1-3 300-650 lb. 40.00-
45 25.
Tuesday, July 17
Today
Last Tuesday
Last Year 262
TREND; Compared to Monday
barrows and gilts 1.00 higher.
BARROWS AND GILTS; US 1-3
210-260 lb. 57.25-58.25. US 2-3 220-270
lb 56 50-57.25.
Wednesday, July 18
HOGS; Barrows and gilts .75-1.00
lower than Monday.
BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2
210-250 lb. 56.50-57.25. US 1 210-245
lb 57.25-59.00. US 1-3 210-260 lb.
55 50-56.25. US 2-3 Few 260-280 lb.
51 00-55.00.
Lancaster Feeder Pigs
Tuesday, July 17
Report supplied by USDA
Today
Last Tuesday
Last Year
TREND: Compared to last
Tuesday feeder pigs under 50 lb.
17.00-21.00 higher, over 50 lb. 2.00-
9.00 higher. All pigs weighed on
arrival and sold by the hundred
weight.
US 1-2; 31 head 25-28 lbs. 101.00-
110.00; 49 head 30-39 lbs. 92.00-
103.00; 197 head 40-49 lbs. 81.00-
98.00; 153 head 50-59 lbs. 72.00-
86.00; 66 head 63-67 lbs. 64.0^80.00.
US 2-3; 19 head 24-29 lbs. 102.00;
25 head 48-79 lbs. 70.00-78.00.
New Holland
Feeder Pigs
Wednesday, July 18
Report supplied by USDA
Today
Last Wednesday
Last Year
TREND; Compared to last
Wednesday feeder pigs 5.00-10.00
higher All pigs weighed on arrival
and sold by the hundred weight.
US 1-2: 22 head 15-20 lbs. 104.00-
110.00; 133 head 32-38 lbs. 88.00-
102.00 ; 220 head 40-49 lbs. 80.00-
97 00; 117 head 50-56 lbs. 74.00-
90.00; 78 head 63-78 lbs. 70.00-77.00.
US 2-3: 33 head 20-29 lbs. 92.00-
104.00; 58 head 32-38 lbs. 62.00-
75 00 ; 27 head 36 lbs. 90.00 ; 22 head
45-74 lbs. 65.00-71.00.
ATTENTION
yKjjfc HOG PRODUCERS
Now you have a choice of marketing your fat hogs on any
one of 4 days a week through Walter M. Dunlap and Sons.
The starting times for each day are as follows:
Monday at 11 A.M., Tuesday at 10 A.M., Wednesday and
Saturday at 8 A.M
Consign your fat hogs to Walter M. Dunlap and Sons
where they will be handled by experienced and capable
personnel. All hogs weighed upon arrival.
For market information contact Ken Smoker or Ollie
Nagle at 717-397-5136.
FEEDER PIG SALE
Every Tuesday - Starting at 1 P.M.
Walter M. Dunlap and Sons
An Old Line Commission Firm Keeping Abreast
New Holland Hogs
New Holland Sales Stables
Monday, July 16
Report supplied by USDA
Today
Last Monday
Last Year
TREND: Compared to last
Monday barrows and gilts firm to
.50 higher.
BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2
210-250 lb. 57.50-58.35, bulk 57.75-
58.25. US 112 head 220 lb. 60.50. US
1-3 200-260 lb. 56.00-57.00. US 2-3 230-
2601 b. 54.00-56.00.
Indianapolis Hogs
Thursday, July 19
Report supplied by USDA
1000. Barrows & gilts fairly
active, instances .75 off.
BARROWS & GILTS: US 1-2 210-
250 lb. 55.00-55.50. US 1-3 210-260 lb.
54.25-55.00. US 3 couple lots 380-420
lb. Gilts 45.0046.00; 450 lb. 41.00.
SOWS: Slow, 1.00-3.00 lower,
most'decline over 500 lb. (7%) US
1-3 380-530 lb. 41.0042.00; 530-6701 b.
42.0043.00.
BOARS: Under 250 lb. scarce;
over 250 lb. 32.00-34.00.
1401
St. Louis Hogs
Thursday, July 19
Report'supplied by USDA
3000. Barrows & gilts moderately
active; .50-1.00 lower, most decline
on wts over 260 lb.
BARROWS & GILTS; US 1-2 210-
260 lb. 55.00-55.50. US 1-3 200-240 lb.
54.00-54.50; 260-270 lb. 53.50-53.75.
SOWS: Very uneven, mostly
steady to 1.00 higher. (About 17%)
US 1-3 under 330 lb. 42.0044.00; 330-
500 lb. 40.0042.00; over 500 lb.
49 Oft-44 ftft
BOARS: Over 250 lb. 35.00;
under 250 lb. 46.50, one lot 47.00.
Report supplied by USDA '
2300. Barrows & gilts moderate,
opening .50-1.00 lower.
BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2
220-240 lb. 54.50-55.00, near 200 head
55.25-55.50. US 1-3 220-240 lb. 53.50
54.50.
SOWS: Steady-1.00 lower. (13%)
US 1-3 350-500 lb. 40.0042.00; 500
650 lb. 42.0042.50.
BOARS: Over 350# 35.0036.00;
250350# 34.0034.50; under 250#
47.0048.00.
Lancaster Stockyards
Tel. (717) 397-5136
1891
2099
2046
Peoria Hogs
Thursday, July 19
Lancaster Hogs
Lancaster Stock>
Saturday, July 14
Report supplied by auction
9000 head.
BARROWS ANn pt T us i
220-250 lb., 58.00-60.00; US 1&2 220-
250 lb., 56-75-57.75: US 1&3 220-260
lb. 55.50-56.50.
SOWS: Over 500 lb. 41.00-42.00;
under 500 lb. 40.0044.50.
BOART- " 16 00-116.50;
under 300 lb. 44.00-47.50
Carlisle Feeder Pigs
Carlisle, Pa.
Friday, July 13
Report supplied by auction
Total headage 649 pigs.
TREND: Compared to June’s
State Graded Sale the market was
10.00 lower for lighter pigs and
10.00 to 20.00 lower for heavier
pigs. All pigs weighed on arrival
and sold by the hundred weight.
US NO. 1 & 2: 377 head. 9 hd. 27
lbs. 71.00; 127 hd. 31-39 lbs. 82.00-
91.00; 110 hd. 4049 lbs. 71.00-91.00
(mostly 87.00-89.00); 84 hd. 53-59
lbs. 59.00-70.00 ; 23 hd. 61-62 lbs.
55.00-63.00 ; 24 hd. 79-111 lbs. 58.00-
59.00.
US NO. 2 & 3’s: 52 hd. 17-21 lbs.
100.00- ; 38 hd. 30-49 lbs. 60,00-
64.00; 2 hd. 77 lbs. 50.00.
UTILITIES: 12 hd. 19-22 lbs.
47 50-55 00
US NO. 2’s: 158 head. 45 hd. 15-21
lbs. 100.00-111.00 ; 81 hd. 30-48 lbs.
75.00- ; 32 hd. 54-81 lbs. 67.00-
75.00.
AS IS: 10 hd. 25-51 lbs. 36.00-
55.00
Dewart Livestock
Dewart, Pa.
Monday, July 16
Report supplied by Auction
CATTLE 238: Choice slaughter
steers 51.00-67.75. Choice slaughter
heifers 50.00-63.75. Breaking
Utility and Commercial slaughter
cows 40.00-46.00, Cutter and Boning
Utility 33.00-10.00. Yield Grade #1
slaughter bulls 48.00-56.00.
CALVES 272: Choice 130-190 lbs.
vealers 60.00-85.00, Standard and
Good 90-130 lbs. 50.0080.00.
HOGS 163: US No. 1-2 220-240 lbs.
barrows and gilts 55.00-56.50, No. 1-
3 240-300 lbs. 52.00-55.00. US No. 1-3
sows 38.00-45.00.
FEEDER PIGS 169: US No. 1-3
feeder pigs 12.00-35.00 per head.
SHEEP 17: Prices not quoted.
GOATS 1:
Editorials
Editorially speaking
Dairy
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4 H Dairy Show
Lancaster County DHIA 828
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Futures
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Vo ag teachers
Redwood Museum
Egg order
Farm Medic
Departments
Farm Calendar
Mailbox Markets
Classified Ads
Livestock Latest
Business News
Public Sales
CATTLE
Week to Date (Est.)
544.000 41,000
Same Period Last Week (Est.)
551.000 43,000
Same Period Last Year (Act.)
503.000 42,000
Mo.
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov,
Dec,
Jan. ’B5
Mar. 'B5
May’Bs
Trends - Corn - weaker; Wheat - weaker; Soybeans - weaker;
Meal - weaker.
Market Provided by Merrill-Lynch Commodities, York
Mo.
July
Aug.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec,
Feb. ’B5
April ’B5
May ’B5
Trends - Cattle - stronger; Hogs - weaker; Potatoes - stronger.
Market Provided by Mernll-Lynch Commodities, York
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Four Sections
AID
A 34
A 36
Dl9
A2O 21
A 22
A3O
A 35
A 39
AlO
B3S
C 5
D 2
D 6
D 33
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 21, II
U.S. Inspected
Livestock Slaughter
Estimated Daily Livestock
CALVES HOGS
Chicago Grain Futures
(Closing Bids as of Thursday, July 19)
Soybeai
Wheat Soybeans Meal
Corn
3.52 3 /4
3.46 l/ z
3.11 ‘'4
3T61V 2
2.90 l 2
3.71
3.74^4
3.07 5 /4
Futures Trading
(Closing Bids as of Thursday, July 19)
Chicago Chicago NY Maine
Cattle Hogs Potatoes
64.40
63.32
64.95
65.30
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