Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 19, 1993, Image 6

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    A6-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 19, 1993
Pa. Grain
Monday, June 14, 1993
Report supplied by PDA
COMPARED WITH LAST MON
DAY’S MARKET FOR
SOUTHEASTERN, CENTRAL, AND
SOUTH CENTRAL PA: CORN STEADY
TO .05 LOWER; WHEAT & EAR CORN
STEADY TO WEAK; BARLEY
STEADY TO WEAK AS NEW CROP IS
ON THE MARKET IN SOUTHERN
COUNTIES; OATS STEADY TO .15
LOWER: SOYBEANS UNEVEN. .20
HIGHER TO .05 LOWER.
SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.40-2.65,
AVERAGE 2.52, FEW REPORTED
CONTRACT FOR HARVEST 2.28-2.40;
©WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE 2.84-3.10,
FEW REPORTED 3.24, AVERAGE 3.00,
FEW REPORTED CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 2.74-2.85; BARLEY NO. 3
RANGE 1.50-1.80, AVERAGE 1.63,
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.40-1.75, AVER
AGE 1.58, FEW REPORTED CON
TRACT FOR HARVEST 1.10-1.43; SOY
BEANS NO. 1 RANGE 5.60-6.17, AVER
AGE 5.85, FEW REPORTED
CONTRACT FOR HARVEST 5.58-5.69;
FEW REPORTED GR. SORGHUM #2
RANGE 2.30, AVERAGE 2.30; FEW
REPORTED CONTRACT HARVEST
2.20; BUCKWHEAT PER HUNDRED
WEIGHT RECLEANED 15% FEW
REPORTED 9.40; AVERAGE MOIS
TURE NEW EAR CORN RANGE
66.00-73.00, AVERAGE 69.53
SOUTH CENTRAL
PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.30-2.60.
AVERAGE 2.44; ©WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE, PEW REPORTED 2.65-3.50,
AVERAGE 3.07; BARLEY NO. 3
RANGE 1.50-1.80, FEW REPORTED
1.35, AVERAGE 1.62; OATS NO. 2
RANGE 1.30-1.85, AVERAGE 1.53;
SOYBEANS NO. 1 RANGE 5.73-6.00,
AVERAGE 5.78; AVERAGE MOIS
TURE NEW EAR CORN RANGE
60.00-70.00; AVERAGE 64.00
SOUTHEASTERN, CENTRAL &
SOUTH CENTRAL SUMMARY
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.35-2.65,
AVERAGE 2.51; ©WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 2.84-3.33; AVERAGE 3.04;
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 1.45-2.00,
AVERAGE 1.66; OATS NO. 2 RANGE
1.35-1.85, AVERAGE 1.56; SOYBEANS
NO. 1 RANGE 5.60-6.20, AVERAGE
5.88; AVERAGE MOISTURE NEW EAR
CORN RANGE 60.00-75.00, AVERAGE
68.10.
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2 45-2 65,
AVERAGE 2.54; ©WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE FEW REPORTED 2.85-3.30,
AVERAGE 3.06; BARLEY NO 3
RANGE FEW REPORTED 1.45-2.10,
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•SEE OUR NEW EFFICIENT ERA WOOD STOVES
Agricultural Producers
Today’s ag-markets are extremely volatile and
likely will remain that way for the balance of
this marketing year.
• Cash Grain Merchandising
• Cash Feed Stuff Sales (including cotton
seed and hominy)
• Grain Forward Pricing
• Livestock Forward Pricing
• Full Service Futures Brokerage
• Market Consulting
• Rail-to-truck Facilities at Palmyra-
Greencastle
IN USA -
LOCAL -
AVERAGE 1.80; OATS NO. 2 RANGE
1.40-1.75, FEW REPORTED 1.90,
AVERAGE 1.55; SOYBEANS NO 1
RANGE 5.60-6.20, AVERAGE 5 96,
AVERAGE MOISTURE NEW EAR
CORN RANGE 65.00-75 00; AVERAGE
69.14.
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.10-2 50,
FEW REPORTED 1.98, AVERAGE 2 32;
©WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE 3.00-3.20,
AVERAGE 3.07; BARLEY NO. 3
RANGE 1.25-1.77, AVERAGE 1 52,
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1 45-1.90, FEW
RETORTED 1.30, AVERAGE 1.64; SOY
BEANS NO. 1 RANGE. FEW
REPORTED 5.90; AVERAGE 5 90,
AVERAGE MOISTURE NEW EAR
CORN FEW REPORTED RANGE
60 00-65 00, RANGE 62.50
MONTH AGO
CORN NO. 2-Y 2.53; ©WIIEAT NO 2
3.29; BARLEY NO. 3 1.93; OATS NO 2
1.61; SOYBEANS NO. 1 5.88; AVER
AGE MOISTURE NEW EAR CORN
68.21.
CORN NO. 2-Y 3.03 ©WHEAT NO 2
3.65; BARLEY NO. 3 2 04; OATS NO 2
1 85; SOYBEANS NO 1 5 92; AVER
AGE MOISTURE NEW EAR CORN
88 28
Eastern PA &
NJ Poultry
ATLANTA, GA
JUNE 15, 1993
NORTHEAST LIVE HEN REPORT,
JUNE 15. 1993. FEDERAL-STATE
Trading it of insufficient volume to report
pricer. Movement of fowl into processing
plants continues to easily satisfy slaughter
requirements. Demand fair and unaggres
sive. Under- tone about steady.
CENTS PER LB.. GENERALLY FOR
SLAUGHTER THE FOLLOWING
WEEK.
HEAVY TYPE (7 POUNDS AND UP) •
STRATFORD
State of the art
Coal Stoves at
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RL 340, Smokitown, PA
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Let us help ...
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YEAR AGO
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Options
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Options
• Same Location And
Principals For Over
20 Years
Whan Buying option*,
your risk Is limited to the
loss of the premium paid
plus all transaction cost.
Buying futures and options
have inherent risk and
should be done only with
risk capital.
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PLEASE CALL
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Suite LL6
2200 Hamilton St.
Allentown, PA 18104
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futures and options on futures
can be substantial. Future* and
options trading may not be
suitable lor everyone. You
should carefully consider the
risks In light of your financial
condition In deciding whether
to trade.
AT FARM BUYER LOADING TOO
FEW TO REPORT FOB PLANT TOO
FEW TO REPORT
LIGHT TYPE AT FARM BUYER
LOADING TOO FEW TO REPORT FOB
PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT
* WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUB
JECT TO DISCOUNT.
Dewart
Livestock Auction
DEWART, PA
June 14, 1993
CATTLE 107.. PDA ... STEERS: few
Choice 1150/1250 Ibi. 77.75-79.25. few
Select 74.50-71.50. HOLSTEINS: few
Choice 70.00-71.50, Select 67.00-69.50,
few Standard 57.00-64.00. HEIFERS: one
Choice 71.00. COWS: few Breaking Utili
ty and Commercial 49.25-55.00, Cutter
and Boning Utility 49.75-54.00, Canner
and Low Cutter 45.00-48.50. Shells down
to 42.00. BULLOCKS; couple Choice
66.75 A 68.25. BULLS: Yield Grade No. 1
1120/1760 Iba. 60.75-66.50.
CALVES 136...Vealer> bulk of supply
sold to return to farm. FARM CALVES:
No. 1 85/125 lbs. Holstein bulls
150.00- No. 2 80/120 lbs.
75.00- few No. 1 90/105 lbs. Hols
tein heifers 170.00-205.00. Few Beef
Cross 75/95 lbs. bulls and heifers
100.00-
HOGS 68.. BARROWS & GILTS; US
No. 1-2 230/250 lbs. 45.60-46.70. lot 2-3
300 lbs. 39.75.
SOWS: US 1-3 370/740 lbs
36.00-38.00. BOARS: few 31.50-32.50.
FEEDER PIGS 38...N0t enough of any
one grade for a market test
SHEEP 18... Choice 75/105 lbs. spring
si. lambs 60.00-70.00.
GOATS 10... few Large 32.00-42.00,
few Medium 20.00-27.50.
HAY, STRAW
& GRAIN SALE
Every Thursday at 1 p.m.
Auction will continue
all year long
Vintage Sales
Stables, Inc.
(Rt. 30,10 miles east of Lancaster
In Paradise, PA)
For Info.
717-442-4181 business
215-458-8518 home
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES INC;
THE ACTION AUCTION
LIVESTOCK IS OU;
MONDAY
slaughter *o Gs
EARLY BIRD HOG SALE
7:3C A.M.
Sell Your Hogs At New Holland Sales Stables, Inc.
See them weighed, sold and pickup your check.
Jk 10:Q0 A,M. Vi
jfW HORSES
Iffl mules
1:30 P.M.
BEEF SALE
M. SHEEP
P GOATS
CALVES
HEIFER SALE 11:00 A.M.
COW SALE 12:00 NOQN
Co^
Wa havs the usual run of SO to 100 Hollors, all agsa.
Loads ol (rash com and iprlngsrs from our regular
shippers. Also some local fresh com and springers.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES, INC.
12 Miles East of Lancaster Off Route 23, New Holland, Penna.
MANAGERS 9*l» Bwn Qfflcf llinigtf
Norman & David Kolb - 717-397-5538 « Rogar Floyd - 717-354-4341
Fiald Raoraaantatlvaa FAX #717-355-0706
Luka Ebarly - 215-267-6608 738-1865
Homer Ebarly - 215-267-3047 Order Buyer
Ron Ranck - 717-658-9849 Paul Good - 215-445-6662
Grantsville
Livestock
Grantsville, Maryland
Report Supplied by Auction
Sal., June 12, 1993
HOGS: TOP BARROWS & GILTS
46.00- HEAVY BUTCHER
45.00- LIGHT BUTCHER
40.00- BUTCHER SOWS
32.00- FEEDER SHOATS
28.00-
VEAL: GOOD 85.00-95.00; STAN
DARD 75.00-80.00; UTILITY 60.00
-70.00; BULL CALVES 85.00-140.00.
SHEEP & LAMBS: GOOD
60.00-62.00; UTILITY 55.00-58.00;
SLAUGHTER EWES 20.00-28.00.
GOATS: SMALL 17.00-36.00; LARGE
45.00-91.00.
SLAUGHTER CATTLE: GOOD
69.50-74.00; STANDARD 62.00-67.50;
UTILITY 58.00-60.00.
HEIFERS: GOOD 68.50-72.50; STAN
DARD 60.00-65.00; UTILITY
52.00-55.00.
COWS: COMMERCIAL 49.00-54.50;
UTILITY 45.00-48.00; CANNER & CUT
TER 41.00-42.00.
BULLS: COMMERCIAL AND GOOD
54.00- CUTTER AND UTILITY
50.00-
STOCK-FEEDER BULLS: GOOD
75.00- MEDIUM 55.00-65.00.
STEER CALVES: GOOD 85.00-95.00;
MEDIUM 65.00-75.00.
HEIFER CALVES: GOOD
80.00-90.00; MEDIUM 60.00-70.00.
EGGS: LARGE .45-.60; MEDIUM
•40-.45.
L. Robert Frame, Sr.
president
Glenn S. Frame
Mgr.
Lebanon Valley
Livestock Auction
FREDERICKSBURG, PA
June 15, 1993
CATTLE 98.. PDA ..il. cowi uneven,
moitly weak .75 lower. HOLSTEINS:
Choice 1235/1605 Ibt. 68.75-70.75,2 head
72.75, few Select 67.00-69.25, few Stan
dard 55.75-63.25. HEIFERS: one Choice
Holitein 60.50, few Select 56.00-61.50,
two Standard 52.00 & 53.00. COWS:
Breaking Utility and Commercial
49.00- few 55.00, few low dreuing
down to 46.00, Cutter and Boning Utility
48.00- few 53.75, Caimer A Low
Cutter 45,00-47.75. Shells down to 30.00.
BULLOCKS: few Standard 54.00-57.75.
BULLS; two Yield Grade No. 1 1455 &
ISIS lbs. 62.25-60.50. FEEDER
CATTLE: few Medium & Large Frame
No. 1 365/640 lbs. steers 80.00-98.00.
CALVES 154.. Vealer» not enough sales
for market Holstein bulls mostly steady.
RETURNED TO FARM: No. 1 Holstein
bulls 85/140 lbs. 140.00-177.00, few
117.00, No. 2 75/115 lbs. 102.00-145.00,
few down 80.00; No. 1 Holstein heifers
95/110 lbs. 150.00-192.00, few No. 2
75/95 lbs. 87.00-125.00. Few Beef cross
60/110 lbs. bulls A heifers 87.00-130.00.
HOGS 193...5nu1l supply barrows and
gilts .50 to 1.00 lower, Sows steady 1.00
lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-3
220/260 lbs. 46.50-46.75, lot 46.00, 1-3
140/212 lbs. 41.00-42.25, few 44.50.
SOWS: US 1-3 320/600 lbs. 33.00-38.50,
mostly 36.00-37.75, few Medium 305/440
lbs. 32.00-33.75. BOARS: few
33.00-33.75.
FEEDER PIGS 0..N0 market test.
SHEEP I.. Slaughter sheep 24.00.
GOATS 0..N0 market test
ONLY BUSINESS
THURSDAY
Beef Auction 10;0Q AM.
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STOCKERS ft FEEDERS J§ T,
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( J SHEEP fllß
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1:30 P.M.
FEEDER PIG SALE
Plgi are accepted after 630 A.M. State graded from 8 to 12
Dairy Bam and Feeder Pig Bam are cleaned and disinfected
weekly for your protection.