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New York & Phila.
Frozen Egg Report
Tnceday, AgpH 3,1993
Prica were trending higher under a cau
tioui and uniettled trade lentimem.
Trading activity wai limited at buyen
ruined the higher asking pricei for fin
ished product. Raw materials, though gen
erally available, were held in film hands.
Supplies were usually in good balance to
satisfy current dealer inquiry.
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TAINERS) TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25
CONT.) RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE 50-53 51-52 54-62 BLEND (/) -
59-70 WHITES 43-46 44-45 46-56
SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS)
58-61 59-60 61-68 SALTED YOLKS
(MIN 43% SOLIDS) 56-59 58-59 59-66 (/)
- WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
SWEETENER. GENERALLY 28-32%
Wedaaaday, Augnat 4,1993
NEW ENGLAND: Price* to retailer*
were unchanged to higher, balance of
price* were unchanged. Trade lenriment
war (ready to firm. Demand wa* light to
fairly good, bed in retort area*. Supplier
were generally adequate.
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS.
CASES EXCHANGED. GRADE YIELD
BASIS, BROWN EGGS LOOSE. AT
FARM, CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE
JUMBO .58-.91, EXTRA LARGE .84-.57,
LARGE .74-.77, MEDIUM .S3-.56.
SMALL 23 .26,
BOSTON: PRICES TO RETAILERS,
SALES TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA
GRADE A AND GRADE A. BROWN
EGGS IN CARTONS, DELIVERED
STORE DOOR, CENTS PER DOZEN
RANGE EXTRA LARGE 1.02-1.05,
LARGE .92-.95, MEDIUM .71-.74.
ft* 0 *
/>t n%\ AUGERS
ltf£ T GRAIN DRYERS 4^^
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Report Supplied by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE "A” BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES:
& NJ Poultry
Tuaaday, Auguit 3,1993
Pricing on light type fowl remain about
unchanged from prior week* while aalet
are too few to report on heavy hen*. Offer
ings, although not at available, continue to
rappl lean iteady.
CENTS PER LB.. GENERALLY FOR
SLAUGHTER THE FOLLOWING
HEAVY TYPE (7 POUNDS AND UP)
* AT FARM BUYER LOADING TOO
FEW TO REPORT FOB PLANT TOO
FEW TO REPORT LIGHT TYPE AT
FARM BUYER LOADING 1-2 CENTS/
LB. FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO
REPORT * WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS.
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
BREAKING STOCKS: FR1.42-44 LBS. 36.00-38.00,48-SO LBS. 44.00-46.00,
SO LBS. AND UP 47.00-48.00: TUBS. 42-44 LBS. 37.00-39.00, 48-50 LBS.
45.00-47.00, SO LBS. AND UP 48.00-49.00.
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Weekly New York Egg Market
From Fit, July 30 to Ttun, Angurt 5
FRI. MON. TUES. WED. THURS.
.95 .95 .96 .96
.09 .89 .90 .90
.77 .77 .70 .78
.50 .58 .59 .59
.46 .46 .47 .47
.65 .65 .66 .66
.88 .88 .88 .89 .90
.84 .84 .84 .85 .86
.66 .66 .66 .67 .68
.31 .32 .32 .32 .32
LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
1.06 .85 .55
1.02-1.03 .81.82 .51-.52
.98-1.06 .T7-.85 .47-.55
.98 .77 .47
Wadaaadaj, Angaat 4,1993
Movement cfready-to-cook whole bird*
was good. Seller offering* ranged well
cleared to folly adequate. Live nppliet
were moderate. Weight* were detireble to
light Preceding ichedulei were very
heavy. Lett than tnicklot asking price*
were unchanged to 1 cent higher at 53 to 62
cenu. Trade aentiment wa* folly iteady to
higher, caotiou* at *ome point*. In the part*
complex, leg quartet* wen ihort of an
active call. Bonded ddrilei* bream were
no more than adequate. Bone-in bream
and lag* were adequate to barely adequate.
Wing* were folly adequate.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVO.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVO. WEIGHT
08/0408/0208/0207/28 07/26 2,323 2,316
4.62 2,368 4.
NEGOTIATED PRICES FOR immedi
ate DELIVERY INCLUDES MOSTLY
MULTIPLE-DROP SHIPMENTS OF
BRANDED AND WING TAGGED TO
NEW YORK CITY FROM DBLMARVA
BRANDED U.S. GRADE A RANGE
47-69 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 53.65
NO. OP BOXES 9,483 *7 of 9 plants
Wednesday, Aegeat 4,1993
Truckle* buying interest wu mixed, best
into food service accounts, jut fair into
rousil outlet!. Supplies wen in clue
balance on breast itsmi nd held with
increased confidence. Leg quarters were
alio in food demand with prices trending
higher. Other item wen generally steady
and in halanoa with current trade needs.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILBR/FRYER PARTS, DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
TITIES. ITEM CURRENT NEGO
TIATED TRADING* BREAST • B/S (W
AW/O TENDERS) 220 BREAST-WITH
RIBS 105-106 BREAST-LINE RUN 105
LEGS 33-34 LEG QUARTERS (BULK)
23-24 THIGHS 26-27 DRUMSTICKS
30-31 WINGS 38 BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (5 POUND
TUBS) 25-30, GIZZARDS (HEARTS)
25-30 INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY
METROPOLITAN AREA, NORTHERN
NEW JERSEY, MASSACHUSETTS,
CONNECTICUT. RHODE ISLAND.
AND PENNSYLVANIA (NORTHEAST
OF HARRISBURG). * TODAY’S NEGO
TIATED SALES AS OF 11:30 A.M.
Wadnaadny, Angnst 4,1993
Price! were undunged. Tirade sentiment
wu steady to fully steady. Demand wai
light to nuuncei fairly good, mostly mod
erate. SigipUea were generally adequate
with extra-large occasionally tight, and
mediums sometimes folly adequate
PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES TO
VOLUME BUYERS. USDA GRADE A
AND GRADE A, WHITE EGOS IN CAR- ■-
TONS, DELIVERED STORE DOOR.
CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE EXTRA
LARGE .76-.75, LARGE .73-.76,
Wednesday, AqM 4,1993
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A
OLANCE:PricM were unchanged to high
er in (be Midweat and New England,
unchanged eliewhere. The market tone
wu needy to firm. Demand waa light to
fairly good, beat where featured and into
food aeaviee charnel a. Supplies wen gen
erally at least adequate except the heavy
huge aizea were aometfanea light Breaking
aleck waa uaually adequate, and offerings
con timed to be meetly light weight agga.
Live hen markets were at least steady, and
supplies were generally adequate for the
light to moderate demand.
layers, breeders, and pullets.
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