Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 08, 1984, Image 4

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    A4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 8,1984
POULTRY
MARKETS
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Tuesday, December 4
Report Supplied by LSD A
Prices paid per dozen Grade "A’ - Brown eggs in cartons delivered to retail
stores
Ex. I-arge
MASS. X 1.03-1.07 .98-1.00
Mostly 1.03 .98
N.HAMF. .91-.95 .87-.91
Mostly 9S-.94 .89-.90
R.I. 94-1.00 .90-.96
Mostly .94-.95 .90-.91
VERMONT .99-1.08 .94-1.04
Mostly 1.08 104
MAINE .98-1.05 .94-1.01
X Includes Central and Western Sections only
New York Multiple
Drop Broiler Report
Thursday, December 6
Report supplied by USDA
. Current broiler-fryer negotiated
prices for immediate delivery
includes mostly multiple drop
shipments to New York City from
Delmarva.
Range: U.S. Grade A .43M--.50.
Weighted AVG.: U.S. Grade A
47.86.
Premium (X) Boxes 12,278.
(X) Includes special services,
selected competitive brands, etc.
Copy*CM 1984 by Lancaster Farming
P.O. Box 366 - Utitz, PA 17543
Office: 22 E. Main St., Utitz, PA 17543
Record-Express Office Building
Phone: Uncaster 717-394-3047
or Utitz 717-626-1164
Robert G Campbell, Publisher
Dick Anglestem, Editor
Suzanne Keene. Home Editor
Jack Hubley, Associate Editor
Wendy Wehr, Dairy Editor
NEWS CORRESPONDENTS
Sally B Bair, Lancaster County
Jane Bresee, Bradford County
Ulster 717-358-3346
Joyce Bupp, York County
Seven Valleys
Judy Hull, Adams & Franklin Counties
Biglerville 717-677-6657
Nancy Kumck, Crawford & surrounding counties
Centerville 814-694-2571
Donna McConaughey, Lebanon County
Lebanon
Beth Nesbit, Indiana County
Marchand 412-286-9049
Robin Phillips, Berks County
Mohrsville 215-926-1261
Barbara Rader, Butler and surrounding counties
Connoquenessing 412-789-7413
Debbie Stiles-Renzi, West Virginia
St. George 304-478-3519
John Schmidt, Maryland
Monkton 301-472-9060
Subscription Price:
$7.50 per year; $13.00-2 years
$l4 00 per year outside of
PA, NJ, MD, DE.NY, VA&WV
Established November 4,1955
Published every Saturday
by Lancaster Farming, Lititz, PA
Second Class Postage paid at
22 E Mam St
Lititz, PA 17543 ISSNOO23-7485
For address change form or new
subscription see Mailbox Markets
Members of Newspaper Farm Editors Assn.,
Pa. Newspaper Publishers Association,
and National Newspaper Association.
Represented National by
J.L. Farmakis, toe.
#203-966-1746
Eastern Pa. &
N. J. Poultry
Wednesday, December 5
Report supplied by USDA
Market Comment: Prices
trended lower. Offerings of live
were spotty for immediate
deliveries but were starting to
increase for shipment later in the
month. Canner pack movement
remains fairly good.
Prices Paid at Farm:
Light Type Hens; 12-14.
F. 0.8. Plant: mostly 16-
17.
Columbia
717-273-0326
Medium
81-.83
Small
55-. oi
.55
,44- 48
.46- 4<
45-51
45-.46
,73-.77
75-.76
.74-.80
74-75
79- 88
.88
80-
Olr
NEED SOMEONE WHO
CAN FILL THE SHOES?
Try A Help Wanted Ad
In Classified
Phone 717 394-3047 or 717-626 1164
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FOR MORE
INFORMATION,
I CALL OR WRITE
iCJ TODAY
automatic
APS farm
Ami? systems
fff IA 608 Evergreen Rd.
iQI UJ V Lebanon, PA 17042
••• (717)274-5333
Heinsey’s
Poultry Market
Root’s, East Petersburg
Tuesday, December 4
Report supplied by auction
MUSCOVY DUCKS, DRAKES:
range .80-.% per lb.
MUSCOVY DUCKS, HENS:
range .40-.52 per lb.
PEKIN DUCKS; range .30-.46
per lb.
PULLETS: range .40-.64 per lb.
RED FOWL: 4-5 lbs. range .12-
.26 per lb.
RED FOWL: 5-6 lbs. range .20-
.32 per lb.
CROSSBRED FOWL: 5-9 lbs.
range .15-.32 per lb.
CROSSBRED ROOSTERS: 4-6
lbs. range .40-.74 per lb.
CROSSBRED ROOSTERS; 7-11
lbs. range .30-.78 per lb.
GUINEA FOWL: range 1.30-1.55
per lb.
BANTY ROOSTERS: range 1.50-
2.75 ea.
BANTY HENS: range .2S-.75 ea.
LEGHORN HENS; .08-.14 per lb.
LEGHORN ROOSTERS; .20-.32
per lb.
GEESE: 8-15 lbs. range .22-.60
per lb.
PIGEONS: range 1.25-1.60 ea.
WHITE PIGEONS: range 3.00-
4.00 ea.
CHUCKERS: 3.60-3.90 ea.
DOVES: 1.75-3.00 ea.
RABBITS: 4-6 lbs. range .60-.82
per lb.
RABBITS: 7-11 lbs. range .30-.48
per lb.
BUNNIES: .50-1.50 ea.
GUINEA PIGS: range 1.00-3.25.
GOATS: range 17.00-45.00 ea.
KID GOATS: range 19.00-30.00
ea.
Total Numer Coops: 840.
Weekly New York Egg Market
From Friday, November 30 to Thursday, December 6
Fri. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs
WHITE
Jumbo
Ex. Large <
Large
Medium
Pullets
Off Grade
BROWN
Jumbo
Ex. Large
Large
Mediums
Pullets Unquoted
Feewees Unquoted
Off Grade
Undergrades
Checks
Breaking Stock: Friday - 12.30-12.90, 12.60-13.50; Tuesday 12.30-
12.60; Thursday -12.00-12.60,12.60-13.20.
Delmarva Poultry
Mass. JSSSSSXSt^
Market Conunent: Movement on lower on extra large and large>
ready to cook whole birds was good mchangeA on mediums. Cartoned
today. Current production cleared e gg orders con ti nue to show an
easily and some plants were im ° rovement over last week .
having trouble filling orders. Legs However, most dealers indicated
and leg quarters were well that the demand was not st
cleared, while breasts and cutlets enough to work their heavy in !
were in a better balance and en- ven t o ries down to satisfactory
joyed a somewhat unproved call. levels. Jumbos were adequate and
daughter schedules -were orders were filled Extra
moderately heavy. Live supplies i ar g e were ade q Ua t e to ample and
were at least adequate. Weights eX cess production was fairly easy
had improved in some quarters, t 0 come by Large was ample and
but weights were heavier than easily available particularly in
desired in total. Undertone firm. graded loose form. Mediums were
Today s L.T.L.askmg prices are irregular but fully adequate
tmchanged on U.S. Grade Aat .44- overa n - Undertone was weak and
“cents. unsettled
Estimated slaughter of broiler prices ' to retailers . to
fryers in Delmarva (000). volume buvers consumer erades
Estimated 12/6 1,977,000; Actual X™ eSTta ’ caSTdeUvered
11/29 1,888,000; Actual 12/4 aeuverea
1,930,000; Average h Weights 12/4 “ Large -70-.75; A Large
4.35; Average Weights 11/27 4.42. 69 _ 74 A 6 2 .65 ’
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If your livelihood depends on your ability to
obtain quality chicks or started pullets then you
can depend on Moyer’s.
Whether its custom grown started pullets,
day-old chicks, or broilers, you can depend on
Moyer’s to deliver. Don’t wait to contact a
Moyer’s representative at 215-536-3155 or
717-677-8473 evenings.
TKaye** chicks, INC.
| D Quakertown, PA 18951
BROWN & WHITE (215) 536-3155 broilers
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