Newspaper Page Text
Afi-Uncaster Farming, Saturday, Saptatnbar 25, 1993
Wednesday, September 22, 1993
Movement of ready-10-cook whole birds
was generally limited to previous commit
ments. Seller offerings were readily avail
able and slow in clearing, particularly 3
pound and heavier sizes. Live supplies
were moderate. Weights were often hea
vier than desired. Processing schedules
remained heavy. Less than trucklot asking
prices were I cent lower at 57 to 67 cents.
Trade sentiment was weak and unsettled.
In the parts complex, all items were noted
as available and slow in clearing with the
exception of boneless skinless thighs,
which were short of full inquiry.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
broiler/fryErs IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
09/22 09/20 09/20 09/15 09/13 2,349 2,370
4.76 2,409 4.69
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
49-69 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 59.26
NO. OF BOXES 10,498
*7 of 9 plants repotting.
Tuesday, September 21,1993
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A
GLANCE; Prices were unchtnged to high
er in some markets in the Northeast; other
wise unchanged. The trade sentiment
ranged steady to firm, mostly fully steady
Wheelock Hatchery, Inc.
2170 Wayne Road
Chambersburg, PA 17201
EXHIBITING AT THE
NORTHEAST POULTRY SHOW
Come See us At Booths 80-81
To Leant MORE About
...the best bird bred anywhere
will have a special
Annual Ornamental Craft Sale
Wednesday, October 6, 1993
Featuring Items Such As;
• Pumpkin Creations • Dried Flowers
• Com Dolls • Painted Items
• Com Brooms
Chicken Bar-B-Que Available
Notice: There Will Be No Produce
Or Bulk Loads Of Pumpkins, Indian
Com or Gourds Sold At This Sale
Leola Produce Auction, Inc.
Wholesale Auction of Lancaster Co. Vegetables
lAXrtilMkiKlA Brethren Church Road
Leola, PA 17540
♦ lie. #AHOOOO2B-L 656-9580
to firm. Movement of cartoned eggs into
retail channels was fair to good. Supplies
of larger sizes ranged tight to balanced,
mediums were generally adequate. In the
Central Slates prices for nest run breaking
stock trended higher, checks and under
grades were unchanged. Offerings were
adequate. Asking prices trended higher.
Floor stocks were adequate to barely
adequate. The trade sentiment was fully
steady to film. In the Southeast, sales of
light type hens were too few to report
prices. Offerings were at least adequate to
fully adequate. Demand was moderate to
good. The trade sentiment was mixed.
Tncsday, September 21,1993
NEW ENGLAND: Prices trended high
er on larger sized loose eggs while holding
unchanged on mediums, smalls, and car
toned brown eggs. Trade sentiment was
hilly steady to instances firm. Demand was
about moderate, better where dealers filled
pipelines for or fallowing retail promotion
al activity. Supplies were in close balance
with current needs.
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS.
CASES EXCHANGED, GRADE YIELD
BASIS, BROWN EGGS LOOSE. AT
FARM, CENTS PER DOZEN RANGE
JUMBO .S3-.86, EXTRA LARGE .78-. SI,
LARGE .69-.72, MEDIUM .46-.49,
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-.97,
LARGE .BS-.87, MEDIUM .6S-.67.
Eastern PA &
NJ Poultry Report
Tueadaj, September 21, 1993
Early week pricing leveli on light type
fowl are generally unchanged from lut
week and talei are too few to report on
heavy hem. Leghorn! remain adequate to
fully adequate and moit procening plants
are booked through the end of the month.
Demand moderate. Undertone 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 2 CENTS/LB.
FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT.
• WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUB
JECT TO DISCOUNT.
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tucaday, September 21, 1993
Report Supplied by Auction
WHITE EGGS: EXTRA LARGE ft
JUMBO .55-.87; LARGE .50-.70;
BROWN EGGS: EXTRA LARGE ft
JUMBO .88-.93; LARGE .63-.83;
HEAVY FOWL .30-.55.
MIXED FOWL .30-.55.
I* * VINTAGE SALES
! STABLES, INC.
3 Possum belly tractors & trailers ,
to haul cattle. From Virginia to Penna. |
Contact us before going down. '
Call day or nlaht !
717/768-8204 Office I
215/488-5060 Home |
| .L. Robert Frame
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES INC;
THE ACTION AUCTION
9 xa«o hT ® r *<>os
EARLY BIRD HOG SALE
Sri Your Hop At Now Holland Solo* SMHoi, Inc.
Soo thorn wlghod. ooM «nd ptcHup your chock.
J 0 HORSES
IJf ( mules
R# BEEP SALE
% SSS TJi
HEIFER SALE 11:00 A.M.
COW SALE 12:00 WOQN
W* ham ttw mud run ol 80 to 100 Hdton, dl agm.
loam aMrad) cm* aid tprtngara from our rtgular
ftMncMn. Alaa Mm kwaf tMh emi mnd hmlmimb.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES, INC.
12 Miles East of Lancaster Oft Route 23, New Holland, Panne.
bot nite uinsw
Honwnji poyo Koln » 717-W7-MM
Hamw CkaMy * ttf4t|*M47 ..
(ton Aanok • 717-«<Ml4»
Report Supplied by Auction
Sat, September 11, 1993
STOCK BULLS AND STEERS
200-500 LBS. 70.00-103.00.
STOCK HEIFERS: SS.OO-84.00.
SLAUGHTER STEERS GOOD TO
CHOICE, NONE AVAILABLE;
MEDIUM TO GOOD 60.00-70.00.
FEEDER STEERS GOOD 70.00-18.00;
SLAUGHTER HEIFERS GOOD TO
CHOICE. 64.00-68.00; MEDIUM TO
BULLS HEAVY 58.007000, LIGHT
COWS PEW HIGH DRESSING
48.0055.00, UTILITY HOLSTEIN
Some Markets Not
Available Due To
Early Press Deadlines
LIVESTOCK IS OU]
47.00-49.00, CANNBRS 31.00-46.00,
CIiiLLS 31.00 AND DOWN.
VEALS GOOD TO CHOICE
85.00- MEDIUM TO GOOD
808 CALVES: 50.00 AND DOWN.
HOLSTEIN BULL CALVES RETURN
TO FARM 90-120 LBS. 100.00-140.00.
HOLSTEIN HBIPBR CALVFBS
RETURN TO FARM 100-120 LBS.
BEEF CROSS CALVES RETURN TO
FARM UP TO 150.00.
HOGS TOP QUALITY 47.50-49.00,
HEAVY 46.00-47.60. LIGHT
37.00- FEEDER PIGS BY THE
MALE HOGS 25.00-31.00.
LAMBS 55.00-64.00, LIGHT
Rt. 897 -1 mil* North of Flvopolntvlllo
(215) 445-5776 « FAX (215) 445-6099
Beef Auction 10:00 A.M.
1:00 P.M. *9l
STOCKERS ft FEEDERS jR
GOATS ff V
CALVES 11 11
FEEDER PIG SALE
Pig* ara axaptad aflar *3O A.M. Stalt grated from • to 12.
Oaky Bam and Ftedar Pig Bam an daanatf and dkktecM
waakly tor your pnteOlon.