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A4-LancMtw Farming, Saturday, August 14, 1993
Evsrstt R. Wwamngar,
Lou Am Good, SMI
Andy Andrews, toff
Vernon Aeheobach, Jr., SMI
Joyce Bipp, York County
iSovon Valleys (717) 426-1165
Oonnlt Lebtbaoh, Borkt County
Boyartoam (215) 397-4376
Randy Wale, Indiana
IMon Cantor (412) 397-2521
JudKh Patton, Union
IMlMuig (717) 96M77D
Gall Strock, MHtln
MtawNlo (717) 935-5575
Unda Wlllamo, Bedford
Bodlord (914) 623-5745
Gay Brownlee, Somerset
Salisbury (914) 992-2127
Carol Poareo, Bradford
Wyoox (717) 295-5172
Bonnlo BrochMß, FranMn
Chamberabuig (717) 399-2919
Dm id Hlabert, Westmoreland
Scott data (412) 997-5929
Agnoo Smith, Northampton
M. Bathal (215) 599-9262
Chrlailna MeCahran, Juniata
Mfillntown (717) 439-2999
Carol 9 Onalao Smith, Moreor
Greenville (412) 599-6203
C.J. Houghtallng, Tioga
B*lh MHler, Cumberland
Nfwvill* (717) 7764571
Sharon Schuatar, Maryland
Naw Wlndaor (301) 635-2654
Eva Martin, Maryland
$19.75 psr ysar; $37.50 - 2 ysars
$30.00 per year outside of;
PA, NJ. MD, DE. NY. OH. VA & WV
$58.00 - 2 Years
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Wcdnaaday, August 11,1993
Trucklot buying Interest «u quite irre
gular ind ranged from quiet to fairly good.
Supplies ef boneless ikinleii breasts with
tenders were in date balance to adequate
and traded at steady prices. Larger volumes
of lender out boneless were short of cover
ing immediate needs. Line run breasts con
tinued to be in very close balance to tight
Again today, vdry little additional product
was offend, some ccmmited deliveries
wen' shotted, and some buying interest
went unfilled. However, most buyers were
cautious and kept inventories dose to
immediate needs. Other items were gener
ally adequate and traded at steady prices.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
•PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS. DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT
ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
TRADING* BREAST - B/S (W * W/O
TENDERS) 240 BREAST - WITH RIBS
111-112 BREAST - LINE RUN 111 LEGS
33-34 LEO QUARTERS (BULK) 23-26
THIGHS 26-27 DRUMSTICKS 30-31
WINGS 38 BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (3 FOUND
TUBS) 23-30 GIZZARDS (HEARTS)
INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY MET
ROPOLITAN AREA, NORTHERN NEW
JERSEY, MASSACHUSETTS, CON
NECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND, AND
PENNSYLVANIA (NORTHEAST OF
HARRISBURG). • TODAY’S NEGO
TIATED SALES AS OP 11:30 A.M.
Thursday, August 12, 1993
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT: TRADE SEN
TIMENT WAS STEADY FOR LARGE
AND STEADYS TO FIRM FOR
MEDIUM. DEMAND CONTINUED
MOSTLY MODERATE. SUPPLIES
WERE TIGHT TO ADEQUATE FOR
MEDIUMS, AND ADEQUATE OR
AVAILABLE FOR THE LARGE SIZES.
A EXTRA LARGE .74-/76,
✓ pullet costs
✓ growth and nutrient
✓ actual vs. strain potentials
✓ cumulative to date vs.
(a division of Heritage PMS, Inc.)
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Raport Supplied by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE ‘-‘A’’ BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES:
Wednaaday, Auriml 11,1993
Price* were unchanged. Trade lentimott
wu Heady. Demand wu mixed, and moat
ly moderate. Suppliei were adequate or
PRICES TO RETAILERS. SALES TO
VOLUME BUYERS. USDA GRADE A
AND GRADE A, WHITE EGGS IN CAR
TONS, DELIVERED STORE DOOR,
CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE EXTRA
LARGE .76-.75, LARGE .73-.76,
Weekly New York Egg Market
Fran Frl, Augurt 6 to Thun, August 12
FRI. MON. TUES. WED.
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. 37.00-39.00.48-SO LBS. 45.00-47.00,
50 LBS. AND UP 48.00-49.00.
Wednesday, August 11,1993
NEW ENGLAND: Pricei were
unchanged. Trade tentiment was steady.
Supplies were adequate for the mostly
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS,
CASES EXCHANGED, GRADE YIELD
BASIS, BROWN EGGS LOOSE, AT
FARM, CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE
JUMBO .88-.91, EXTRA LARGE .S4-.87,
LARGE ,74-.77, MEDIUM .S3-.56,
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 1.03-1.05,
LARGE .93-.95, MEDIUM .T2-.74.
Wednaaday, Außuat 11,1993
NATIONAL BOG MARKET - AT A
GLANCE: Plica* were unchanged. The
marital ton* wu moatly Heady. Demand
remained moatly moderate, and wai belter
where featured. Suppliea were adequate or
available. Breaking nock rapplie* were
adequate for the fair demand. Live hen
offering* were ihort to initanee* adequate
for the moderate to good demand, and the
undertone wu Heady to firm.
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Report Supplied by Auction
Tueaday, Auguet 10, 1993
Report SupplM by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .40-1.05.
MIXED FOWL .20-.40.
CHICKS EACH .25-1.35.
BUNNIES EACH .50-3.30.
RABBITS 25-. W.
WHITE EGGS: EXTRA LARGE A
JUMBO .60-.92; LARGE .SS-.75;
BROWN EGGS: EXTRA LARGE A
JUMBO .87.93; LARGE .86-.88;
MEDIUMS .73; SMALL .53.
Wadaaaday, Aagaat 11,1993
Movement of ready-to-oook whole birds
was ilower and no better than fair overall.
Offerings wen folly adequate. Live sup
plies were moderate. Weights were in a foil
range of light to heavy. Proceaiing sche
dulea remained very heavy. Leal than
Uucklot asking prices were unchanged at
56 to TO cents. TVade sentiment was steady,
but cautious. In the parts complex, supplies
were irregularly balanced, Boneless skin
less breasts were adequate to fully adequ
ate. Bone-in breasts were in close balance
at several plants. Leg hems were about
adequate. Wings cleared wall at several
plants, but were folly adequate at others.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILBR/PRYBRS IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
08/1106/09 08/09 08/04 08/02 2,359 2,241
4.67 2525 4.62.
NEGOTIATED PRICES FOR IMMEDI
ATE DELIVERY INCLUDES MOSTLY
MULTIPLE-DROP SHIPMENTS OF
BRANDED AND WING TAGGED TO
NEW YORK CITY FROM DELMARVA.
BRANDED U.S. GRADE A RANGE
90-71 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 58.07
NO. OF BOXES 10535 *7 of 9 plants
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