Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 08, 1984, Image 16

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    Al6-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Decamber 8,1984
Penns Valley
Livestock
Centre Hall, Pa.
Tuesday, December 4,1984
Report snpplied by Auction
Beef Cows: Utility and Com
mercial 37.00-42.50; Cutters 34.00
36.75; Canners 30.10-34.00; Shells
25.00.
Heifers: Good 55.50-57.00;
Standard 47.00-51.00; Com
mercial 35.00-42.00.
Steers: Good 49.50-51.50;
Standard 42.5048.00
Bulls: Good
Standard 42.75-44.75
Veal Calves: Choice 71.00
80.00; Good 58.00-68.00; Standard
51.00-56.00; Utility 43.00-50.00.
Farm Calves; Bulls 68.0064.00;
Heifers 52.00-60.00.
Hogs; 48.00-51.50.
Sows: 41.0043.10.
Shoats: 25-30 lbs. per head
10.0014.00; 3035 lbs. per head
15.0021.00; 35-50 lbs. per head
21.0036.00.
Lambs; 58.50.
Sheep; 18.0026.00.
Goats per head: 37.00-54.00.
46.60-48.10;
Weekly Summary
Harrisburg, Pa.
Friday, December 7
Report supplied by PDA
CATTLE: 5830. Compared with
5771 head last week, and 6559 head
a year ago. Compared with last
Friday’s summary; SI. steers
steady to 1.00 lower, si. heifers
unevenly steady, si. cows .50-1.50
lower, spots 2.00 lower, si. bulls
1.00- lower. SI. steers: few High
Choice & Prime 3-4 73.75-74.85,
Choice 2-4 53.00-71.25, Good 57.00-
64.00, few down to 55.00, Standard
48.75-56.50. SI. heifers: Choice
60.00- Good 55.00-60.50,
Standard 45.00-55.00. SI. cows:
Breaking Utility & Commercial
34.50-38.75, few to 40.25, Cutter &
Boning Utility 32.00-36.00, few at
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38.00, Canner & low Cutter 27.50-
33.50, few 34.50, shells down to
20.00, SI. bullocks: few Choice
59.75-62.75, Good 52.00-59.25. SI.
bulls; Yield Grade 1 1000-2050 lbs.
42.00-48.75, few 53.75; Yield Grade
2 900-1450 lbs. 37.00-42.50.
FEEDER CATTLE: Medium &
Large Frame 1 300-650 lbs. 49.00-
56.00, few at 65.00; Heifers Medium
Frame 1 300450 lbs. 39.00-51.00,
Medium No. 2 300400 lbs. 32.00-
41.00, few 44.75; Bulls Medium No.
1300-750 lbs. 41.00-58.00.
CALVES: 1654. Compared with
4926 head last week, and 4906 head
a year ago. Vealers mostly steady,
spots to 5.00 higher. Few Prime
vealers 95.00-109.00, Choice 70.00-
99.00, Good 55.00-76.00; Standard &
Good 110-130 lbs. 50.0045.00, 90-110
lbs. 40.00-50.00, 65-90 lbs. 35.00-
45.00; Utility 50-100 lbs. 20.00-38.00.
FARM CALVES: Hoi. bulls 90-
125 lbs. 45.00-92.00, mostly 60.00-
75.00; Hoi. heifers 85-140 lbs. 44.00-
65.00.
HOGS: 7218. Compared with 5852
head last week, and 7667 head a
year ago. Barrows & Gilts mostly
steady, .50-1.00 lower. US 1-2 210-
245 lbs. 50.50-52.75, few at 55.50, US
1-3 210-255 lbs. 49.00-51.50, US 2-3
230-285 lbs. 47.00-51.00, few 1-3 140-
190 lbs. 41.00-47.50; Sow£ mostly
1.00- lower. US 1-3 300-650 lbs.
40.0044.75, few 47.00, 2-3 300-685
lbs. 37.00-41.00; Barrows 28.00-
36.00.
FEEDER PIGS: 1294. Com
pared with 1055 head last week,
and 1830 head a year ago. Feeder
pigs highly uneven. US 1-3 20-35
lbs. 15.00-28.00 per head, 1-3 35-50
lbs. 19.00-35.00, few 1-3 50-85 lbs.
35.00-
SHEEP: 1567. Compared with
1141 head last week, and 928 head a
year ago. Wooled si. lambs mostly
2.00- higher. High Choice &
Prime 80-115 lbs. 62.00-72.00;
Choice 70-125 lbs. 58.00-68.00; Good
40-90 lbs. 48.0060.00; SI. sheep
12.00-
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3 GRADED FEEDER PIG
SALES: 2330. Compared with 1128
head last week, and 2599 head a
year ago. All sales per hun
dredweight. Feeder pigs steady to
5.00 lower, spots to 9.00 lower. US 1-
2 20-30 lbs. 121.00-125.00, 3040 lbs.
89.00- 40-50 lbs. 84.00-110.00,
30-60 lbs. 78.00-99.00, 60-75 lbs.
78.00- US 2-3 25-40 lbs. 89.00-
106.00, few at 125.00,4050 lbs. 75.00-
85.00.
Oklahoma Cattle
Wednesday, December 5
Report supplied by USDA
Feeder Steer and Heifer Calves
1.00-4.00 lower, mostly 2.00-3.00
lower. Snowy weather conditions
having an adverse affect on calves
with quality less attractive than
Tuesday. Also more No. 1-2’s and
2’s offered than previously this
week. Many drafts of calves
consisted of Mixed Steers, Heifers,
and Bulls. Yearling Steers firm;
Yearling Heifers not establsihed.
Trade and demand light for calves.
Trade fanly active and demand
good for Yearling Steers. Bulk of
receipts consisted fo Medium
Frame 1 through 2 400-650 lb.
Feeder Steers and Medium Frame
1-2 and 2 350-500 lb. Feeder Heifers
FEEDER STEERS: Medium
Frame 1 lot 455 lb. 68.75 ; 575 lb
69.75; 600-700 lb. 70.00-72.10; 700-80 C
lb, 67.50-71.80; 800-900 lb. 64.90
65.40, lot 805 lb. 67.05.
Medium and Large Frame
Mixed 1-2 Few 300-355 lb. 67.25-
68.75; 400-500 lb. 62.50-66.10, lot 44C
lb. 61.30; 500-600 lb. 64.25-68.10; 600-
700 lb. 64.50-70.00; lot 725 lb. 66.75.
Medium and Large Frame 2 400-
5751 b. 58.00-63.55.
Large Frame 2 Holsteins 450-525
lb. 45.25-46.05; PkgB3olb. 44.00; 930
lb. 46.30.
FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium
Frame 1 475-500 lb. 57.00-57.80; few
650-700 lb. 58.70-59.90; lot 880 lb.
56 90
Small Frame 1 37M00 lb. 49.00-
STORAGE— 1|
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63.80.
Medium and Large Frame
Mixed 1-2 350-500 lb. 53.00-54.00,
Pkg 440 lb. 57.50 ; 500-625 lb. 54.00-
55.05; 10t660 lb. 58.60.
Medium and Large Frame 2 350-
600 lb. 45.00-50.75.
FOR THE WEEK: Compared
with last Wednesday, Feeder
Steers and Heifer Calves 2.00-3.00
lower. Yearling Steers steady to
1.00 lower; Yearling Heifers 1.50-
2.50 lower in limited test. Slaughter
cows 1.00-2.00 lower. Bulls steady
in limited test.
Lebanon Valley
Livestock
Fredericksburg, Pa.
Tuesday, December 5
Report Supplied by PDA
CATTLE 222. Compared with
last Tuesday’s market, slaughter
cows 50 cents-2.25 lower. Few
Choice slaughter steers 1050-1500
lbs. 63.00-67.00, Few Good 55.75-
65.00, Holstein 49.25-55.25, Choice
Holsteins 55.85-61.25, Standard
45.75-53.25. Couple Choice
slaughter heifers 59.00, Few Good
51.50-56.35, Few Standard 43.75-
51.75. Breaking Utility & Com
mercial slaughter cows 34.50-37.75,
Few 38.75, Individual at 40.60,
Cutter & Boning Utility 31.75-35.50,
Canner & Low Cutter 28.50-31.75,
Shells down to 25.00. Individual
Choice slaughter bullocks 58.50,
Few Good 49.25-56.25. Yield Grade
No. 1 1000-1945 lbs. slaughter bulls,
40 AA Afk OC
CALVES 235. Few Choice
Vealers 67.00-79.00, Good 55.00-
66.00, Standard & Good 70-110 lbs.
40.0045.00, Utility 60.85 lbs. 25.00-
38.00,
FARM CALVES: Holstein bulls
90-130 lbs. 45.00-75.00.
HOGS 115. Barrows & gilts
steady to strong. No. 1-3 215-260 lbs.
51.10-52.60. Sows: US No. 1-3 330-
690 lbs. sows 40.00-44.75. Boars
30.00-35.00.
FEEDER PIGS 13. Few Lots US
No. 1-3 34-91 lbs. feeder pigs 55.00-
66.00 per hundredweight.
SHEEP 2. Slaughter ewes. 18.00-
25.00.
CATTLE 498. Butcher Steers-
Choice 64.00-66.10; Medium-Good
51.00- Butcher Heifers-
Choice 61.00-64.00; Medium-Good
43.00- Butcher Cows- Utility-
Good 34.00-39.00, few to 40.25;
Canners and Cutters 32.00-37.00;
Shells 32.00 and down. Butcher
Bulls- Medium-Good 41.00-52.00.
Stock Steers- Medium-Good up to
58.50. Stock Heifers- Medium Good
up to 48.50.
CALVES 348. Medium-Good
Calves-160-220 lbs. 70.0OW.00; IZS
- lbs. 55.00-75.00; 100-120 lbs.
50.00-60.00 ; 80-100 lbs. 45.00-55.00.
Holstein Bull Calves up"* to 80.
Holstein Heifer Calves 60.0 ft Light
and Green Calves down to 40.00.
SHEEP and LAMBS 14.
Medium Good Lambs 55.00-61.00.
Light and Cull Lambs 47.00-56.00.
Butchering Ewes and Bucks 16.00-
20.50.
HOGS 239. Good-Choice Butcher
Hogs- 190-225 lbs. 49.00-51.00 ; 225-
250 lbs. 50.50-51.35. Good-Choice
Butcher Sows- 400 lbs., down up to
47.50; 400 lbs., up up to 33.25.
Heavy Boars 33.25. Feeding Shoats
- Per Hundred up to 51.00. Pigs -
Per Head 11.00-29.00.
Jersey Shore, Pa.
Thursday, November 29
Report Supplied by Auction
Good Veal 53.00-84.00.
Common Veal 38.00-52.00.
Good Steers 59.50-65.75.
Common Steers 44.00-59.25.
Commercial Cows 36.00-40.75 one
at 42.50.
Canners-Cutters 28.50-35.75.
Heifers 44.00-61.75
Feeder Cattle 30.00-46.50.
Bulls 42.75-48.00.
Sows 30.00-44.50.
Eggs .S6-.74.
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Greencastle
Livestock
Greencastle, Pa.
Monday, December 3
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