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A4-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, Saptambar <1993
Evaratt R. Nawtwangar,
Lou Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrawa, Staff
Vamon Aehanbach Jr., Staff
Jeyea Bupp, York County
;Savan Vdltyi (717) 421-IISS
Oonnlo Lokibaeh, Borko County
Boyartown (21S) 387-4378
Rmdy Wilt, Indiana
Marlon Center (412) 397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
MfWnbuig (717) 9M-4770
Gall Struck, Mtlltn
Ballavllla (71*0 *35-5875
Unda Williams, Bedford
Btdlotd (114) 623-5745
Gay BrownlM, Somerset
Salisbury (814) 662-2127
Carol Pearce, Bradford
Wyaox (717) 265-5172
Bonnla Brachbill, Franklin
Chatnbataburg (717) 369-2616
David Hlabart, Waslmoraland
Scottdala (412) 167-5929
Agnaa Smith, Northampton
Ml. Balhal (215) 588-8262
Christina MeCahran, Juniata
MWllntown (717) 436-2886
Carol 6 Onalaa Smith, Marcar
Graanvilla (412) 588-6203
C.J. Houghlaling, Doga
Middlebury Center (717) 376*2821
Beth Miller, Cumberland
Newvllla (717) 776-6571
Sharon Schueter, Merybnd
New Wlndaor (301) 635-2654
Eve Martin, Maryland
Smitheburg (301) 624-2106
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$58.00 - 2 Years
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Roots, East Petersburg
Tuesday, August 31,1993
PRICES PAID DOCK WEIGHTS,
CENTS PER POUND, EXCEPT WHERE
Muscovy Ducks - Drakes .80 - 1.52.
Muscovy Ducks - Hens 1.00 • 1.18.
Pekin Ducks .40 - .54.
Red Fowl 4-4.5 .30 - .44, Red Fowl S-6
.40 - .62.
Crossbred Fowl S-9 .30 - .64.
Crossbred Roosters 4-6 .40 - .94,
Crossbred Roosters 7-11 .40 - .84.
Guinea Fowl 1.80 • 2.25.
Banty Roosters 3.00 - S.7S ea.
Banty Hens 1.00 - 3.00 ea.
Leghorn Hens .10 - .20.
Leghorn Roosters .30 - .42.
Silkies 2.50 - 4.00 ea.
Geese 8-12 .20 - .34.
Pigeons 1.50 - 2.00 ea.
White Pigeons 1.7 S - 2.50 ea.
Rabbits 4-6.40 - .82, Rabbits 7-11.50 •
Bunnies .50 - 3.50 ea.
Guinea Pigs .50 - 2.75 ea.
Goats 29.00 - 48.00 ea.
Doves 2.00 - 3.50 ea.
Chukars 3.75 - 4.50 ea.
Pullets 4-6 .30 • .48.
Total Coops Sold 718.
Thursday, September 2, 1993
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT: TRADE SEN
TIMENT WAS BARELY STEADY AND
CAUTIOUS. CARTONED EGG
DEMAND WAS MOSTLY MODERATE
AND GENERALLY NOT UP TO
EXPECTATIONS. SUPPLIES WERE
FULLY ADEQUATE AND BUILDING
TO UNCOMFORTABLE IN
INSTANCES, gi EXTRA LARGE .64-.72,
A LARGE .62-.70, A MEDIUM .50-.55.
✓ Feed Formulation Services for
layers, breeders, and pullets.
✓ Flock Management Service
✓ Quality Assurance Programs.
✓ Professional Supervision of
Agreements - Egg and Fowl
✓ Accounting Services for Joint-
✓ Flock Computer Records -
Financial and performance analysis,
✓ Risk Management - Food Safety
and Liability Reduction.
For more information call:
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Report Supplied by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE “A" BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES: ,
Eastern Pa &
NJ Poultry Report
Tueeday, Auguet 31,1993
Pricei are laterally unchanged on light
type fowl but talei are too few to report on
heavy hem. Leghorn availability it at least
adequate for next week's short slaughter
schedules. Offerings of heavy hens are lim
ited, however most processors are relying
on contract birds to satisfy needs. Trade
sentiment is mostly steady.
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 2-4 CENTS/LB. FOB PLANT
TOO FEW TO REPORT * WEIGHTS
UNDER 7 LBS. SUBJECT TO
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1993
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A
GLANCE: Price* trended lower in fame
Midweit markets, otherwise prices were
unchanged. The trade sentiment ranged
steady to weak. Movement of cartoned
egg* into retail channels was light to
instances fairly good. Supplies were
adequate to ample, mostly adequate to ful
ly adequate. In the Central States, prices
for all breaking stocks trended lower.
Offerings were folly adequate to ample for
current needs. Demand was light to fair.
Mott breakers attested maricet conditions
before commiting to additional product.
The undertone was weak. In the Southeast,
trading levels for light type hens were too
thin to report prices. However, the trade
sentiment was generally steady. Offerings
were at least adequate. Demand was mod
erate with buyers unaggrestive. Further
processor tales cleared available
Wednesday, September 1, 1993
Prices were unchanged. The trade senti
ment was steadier than prior day but
continued quite cautious. Movement of
caitoned eggs into retail channels was fair.
Supplies of all sizes were at least adequate.
The New Jersey inventory was 10 percent
above last Monday's level; and, the New
York inventory was 2 percent above last
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 .68-.70, LARGE .6S-.68,
(717) 397-1998 or
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, August 31, 1993
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .15 .75.
LEGHORN FOWL .10-.30.
MIXED FOWL .10-.80.
BUNNIES EACH .25-. SO.
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. 35.00-37.00,48-50 LBS. 43.00-45.00,
50 LBS. AND UP 45.00-46.00; TUBS. 48-50 LBS. 42.00-44.00,50 LBS. AND UP
44.00-45.00; WED. 42-44 LBS. 33.00-35.00, 48-50 LBS. 41.00-43.00, 50 LBS.
AND UP 43.00-44.00; THURS. 42-44 LBS. 32.00-34.00; 48-50 LBS. 40.00-4200,
50 LBS. AND UP 4200-43.00.
OnM MnaMrini OMpany
IMO IMh «L NC, Mnan C«r. I«M 10401. (»W) 40M101.
Weekly New York Egg Market
From Frl., Auguit 27 to Thunk, September 2
FRI. MON. TUES. WED. THURS.
.90 .90 .88 .88 .86
.81 .81 .79 .79 .77
.72 .72 .70 .70 .68
.60 .60 .58 .58 .56
.47 .47 .45 .45 .43
.60 .60 .58 .58 .56
.92 .92 .92 .91 .89
.88 .88 .88 .87 .85
.69 .69 .69 .69 .67
.30 .30 .29 .28 .27
GUINEA PIGS: EACH .65-1.00.
WHITE EGOS: EXTRA LARGE ft
JUMBO .55-.88; LARGE .50 .70;
BROWN EGGS: EXTRA LARGE ft
JUMBO .S6-.93; LARGE .76-.90;
MEDIUMS .66; PULLETS JO.
Thunday, Sapt 2,1993
NEW ENGLAND: Prieei were
unchanged to lower on cartoned eggi,
unchanged on looae. Trade aentiment war
ateady but cautioua. Cartoned egg demand
waa about moderate. Supplier were in good
balance with current needa.
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS,
CASES EXCHANGED, GRAM YIELD
BASIS. BROWN EGGS LOOSE, AT
FARM, CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE
JUMBO .80-.83, EXTRA LARGE J6-.79,
LARGE .67-.70, MEDIUM .50-.53,
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 .9S-.99,
LARGE .86-.90, MEDIUM .69-.75.
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