Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 30, 1993, Image 6

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    AB-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 30. 1993
Northeast Chicken
Parts
Wednesday, October 27, 1993
Tiucklot buying interact wn fair and
improving. Supplier of boneleil ikinleii
brcaiu were balanced with a fair demand
with moat trading reported at current
pricei. However, die trade icntiment waa
Ann going into late week. Grade A bream
for Mail needa were in fairly good ihape at
unchanged pricei; line run bream were
offered and ilow to dear. Moat further pro
ceaaora wait for the marieet to develop
before booking late week needa. Leg quar
ter! were well cleared at current pricei and
the undertone waa firm to higher for firat of
the month retail demand. Winga atiuggled
to dear, and pricei trended lower.
PRICES PAID PER POUND. ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS. DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
TITIES. ITEM CURRENT NEGO
TIATED TRADING* BREAST - B/S (W
& W/O TENDERS) 180-IBS BREAST -
WITH RIBS 87-88 BREAST - LINE RUN
86 LEGS 35-36 LEG QUARTERS
(BULK) 25-26 DRUMSTICKS 31-32
THIGHS 35-36 WINGS (WHOLE) 43-44
BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED)
10-12 LIVERS (5 POUND TUBS) 25-30
GIZZARDS (HEARTS) 30-35
INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY METRO
POLITAN AREA. NORTHERN NEW
JERSEY, MASSACHUSETTS. CON
NECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND. AND
PENNSYLVANIA (NORTHEAST OF
HARRISBURG). • TODAY’S NEGO
TIATED SALES AS OF 11:30 AM.
New England
Shell Eggs
Wednesday, October 27, 1993
NEW ENGLAND; Price* were
unchanged. Market rentiment wai iteady.
Demand continued moderate in molt areal,
with traden looking ahead to the fint of
the month for increaied order*. Retail
promotioni produced a mixed coniumer
responie. Supplier were generally obtain
able in all lizei.
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS.
CASES EXCHANGED. GRADE YIELD
BASIS. BROWN EGGS LOOSE. AT
FARM. CENTS PER DOZEN.
RANGE JUMBO .86-.89. EXTRA
LARGE .80-.83, LARGE .71.74.
MEDIUM .SO-.53, SMALL .20-.23.
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 .99-1.01,
LARGE .90-.92, MEDIUM .69-.71.
A
Diffenbach
Auction Inc.
100 Wml Jackson Strsst * Box 188 • Nsw Holland, Pennsylvania 17557
Offico: (717) 355-7253 • FAX: (717) 355-9547
HAY & GRAIN SALE EVERY MONDAY"- 10:00 A.M. 1
MON. NOV. 1 WHOLESALE FURNITURE 6:30 P.M.
WED. NOV. 3 WINROSS TRUCKS & TOYS 6:30 P.M.
FRI. NOV. 12 FARM EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 9:00 A.M.
TUES. NOV. 23 QUILT. CRAFT 8 BUGGIES 9:00 A.M.
NOV. 24 QUILT I. CRAFT 9:00 A.M.
. EQUIPPED FOR AN AUCTION AT YOUR PLACE OR OURS
ALAN DIFFENBACH AUCT. - AU2258-L
MEAT MATTERS MOST
HOME BRED lambs like these have been winning for me and my
buyers in the Mid-Atlantic area. Six of the lambs in the Champion
Drive @ ’93 Maryland State Fair came from this flock: Includes
Dinsmore 386 - Grand Champion Market Lamb.
2 Farm Show Prospects Left!
Few Rams Available For Leasing
Robert Dinsmore
5842 Broad Run Rd., Jsttsrson, MD 21755'
1-800-331-9122 Evenings 301-371-4483
Hackettstown
Poultry & Egg
Hackettitown, NJ.
Report Supplied by Auction
Tucaday, October 26,1993
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .10-1.60.
MIXED FOWL .10-1.80.
LEGHORN FOWL .10-.45.
BANTAMS .10-1.80.
GEESE .55.
ROOSTERS .50-1.55.
BUNNIES EACH 4.00-5.00.
TURKEYS .20.
DUCKS .30-1.05.
RABBITS .30-1.50.
PIGEONS 150-1.90.
GUINEAS 1.40-2.00.
WHITE EGGS: EXTRA LARGE *
JUMBO .64-92; LARGE .65-73;
MEDIUMS .27-43; PULLETS .27-32;
PEEWEES .24.
BROWN EGGS: EXTRA LARGE &
JUMBO 1.00-1.04; LARGE .86-92;
MEDIUMS .77.
Dewart
Livestock Auction
Dewart, Pa.
Monday, October 25, 1993
Report Supplied by PDA
CATTLE 124.. PDA ~sL cowi iteady to
1.2 S lower. STEERS: few Select
63.00- HOLSTEINS: few Standard
52.00- HEIFERS: two Select Holi
teini 53.00 & 55.00. COWS: Few Break
ing Utility and Commercial 47.00-48.00,
Cutter and Boning Utility 45.75-48.50,
Canner and Low Cutter 39.50-45.00.
Shelli down to 32.00. BULLOCKS: one
Select 62.00. BULLS; few Yield Grade
No. 1 1300/1950 Ibi. 55.00-57.25. FEED
ER CATTLE: Steen: few Medium Frame
No. 1 300/415 Ibi. 67.00-74.00; Heifen:
few Medium Frame No. 1 330/410 Ibi.
63.00-
CALVES 168...Holitein buUi 20.00
lower. VEALERS: few Standard and Good
70/100 lb«. 60.00-62.50. FARM CALVES:
No. 1 90/130 Ibi. Holitein built
125.00- No. 2 80/125 Ibi.
75.00- Few No. 1 80/130 Ibi. Holi
tein heifen 125.00-180.00. Few Beef cron
70/100 Ibi. bulls and heifen 70.00-175.00.
HOGS 89.. BARROWS & GILTS; US
No. 1-3 225/275 Ibi. 40.00-43.00, lot 200
Ibi. 32.00. SOWS: US 1-3 300/560 lbs.
33.75-37.00.
FEEDER PIGS 49...L0t US 1-3 35 lbs.
per head.
SHEEP 17...C00d and Choice 45/95 lb«.
Wooled il. lambi 58.00-67.00. Slaughter
sheep: few 28.00-30.00.
GOATS 0...N0 market ten.
Okfch6ma City
Feeder Cattle
Oklahoma City, Ofcla.
Wednesday, October 27, 1993
Attention Dodge City
OKLAHOMA NATIONAL STOCK
YARDS WEEKLY CATTLE SUM
MARY: Compared to lan week: Feeder
cattle and calvee steady to $2.00 higher,
steer calves mostly steady. Trade mod
erately active, demand good. Qiality of
supply average. Yearling weigh-ups aver
age to moldy full, calves with avenge fills.
Yearling flesh conditions average. Flesh
conditions of calves predominately soft,
however number of weaned calves
increased. Rain needed in western sector of
state for wheat growth. Central and eastern
areas in good shape with calves starting to
be turned out this week however rain wel
come. 1200 cows and bulls included in tot
al receipts. Slaughter cows $l.OO-53.00
lower; slaughter bulls steady. Packer
demand light to moderate. Country
demand moderate to good for under 9 year
olds and suitable for wheat pasture.
Receipts this week 10,925; last week
8,402; last year 9,039. Supply consisted of
45 percent yearlings and calves over 600
lbs,; 44 percent calves under 600 lbs.; 11
percent cows and bulls. * 0 indicate
weighted average weight or price.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large
Frame 1: 300-350 lbs. (318 lbs.) $114.50-
$120.00 ($115.85); 350-400 lbs. (378 lbs.)
$105.50-$! 15.00 ($112.04); 400-450 lbs.
(436 lbs.) SIOI.SO-SIOB.SO ($105.58);
450-500 lbs. (468 lbs.) $97.00-$ 105.75
($101.61); 500-550 lbs. (521 lbs.)
$93.00-$99.25, thin $lOO.OO-$106.00
($96.77); 550-600 lbs. (573 lbs.)
SBB.OO-S9S.SO ($91.74); 600-675 lb.
calves $85.00-$90.50, 600-700 lb. year
lings 587.50-593.00 ($89.90); 700-800 lbs.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES INC.
THE ACTION AUCTION A
aiAOOW**® a °oa
EARLY BIRD HOG SALE
7;30 A.M,
Sill Your Hop At Now Holknd S«U StoWoo, hie.
Soo lh«m wolghod, »old and pldwip your choth.
io;PQ AtMi SL
J|fl HORSES
mules
Kp beef sale
5 = »n
CALVES j
HEIFER SALE 11:00 A.M.
COW SALE 12;00 NOON
C °^
Wa haw* th* uiual run oi 60 to 100 H*»*r», all *o**
Load* o( fr*ah cow* and aprlngw* from our ragular
»Wn»r». Wao «om» loc*l>**h oowa and apthgai*.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES. INC.
12 Miles East of Lancaster Off Route 23, New Holland, Penna.
Norman t <
RaM Rapfaaanmtfvta
Luka Ebarly - 215-267-6606 736-1*65
Ho mar Ebarly • 215-2*7-3047
Ron Ranok • 717-456-R646
(750 lbs.) $84.25-$90.25 ($87.19):
800-900 lbs. (850 lbs.) $BO.OO-SBS.BS
($83.36); few 900-950 lbs. (941 lbs.)
$80.25-$80.7S ($80.54).
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large
Frame 1; 250-300 lbs. (287 lbs.) $99.50-
$lOl.OO ($99.71); 30(M00 lbs. (350 lbs.)
$89.00-$98.50 ($94.84); 400-450 lbs. (424
lbs.) $86.25-$92.2S ($90.21); 4SO-SOO lbs.
(473 lbs.) $84.50-$89.00 ($87.94);
500-550 lbs. (519 lbs.) $83.75-SBB.SO
($85.62); 550-600 lbs. (572 lbs.)
SBI.SO-$84.75 ($83.58); 600-700 lbs. (650
lbs.) $Bl.OO-585.50 ($83.37); 700-800 lbs.
(750 lbs.) $79.50-$83.50 ($81.39).
Slaughter Cows: Boning A Breaking
Utility Y.G. 2-4 average dressing
$40.00-$43.00, Cutters Y.G. 1-2
543.00-S4S.7S; high dressing $43.50-
$47.50, few young $48.25-$48.75; low
dressing $38.50-542.50, Utilities down to
$36.00. Canner and low Cutters
$35.00-$39.75.
Slaughter Bulls; Y.G. 1 1300-2125 lbs.
average dressing SSB.SO-$61.50; few high
dressing $62.00-$62.50, indiv high
dressing/high boning $64,00; low dressing
SSI.OO-$56.00.
Replacement Cows: Pretested for Bangs,
pregnancy and age Medium and Large
Frame 1 average quality; 4-8 yrs old
875-1325 lbs. 3-7 months bred
$550.00-$670.00/head 9-10 yrs old
975-1200 lbs. 3-7 months bred
5435.00-5540.00/head 10 yrs old 825-975
lbs. 2-5 months bred
$345.00-$430.00/head.
THIS REPORT COMPILED & PRE
PARED BY THE OKLAHOMA CITY
LIVESTOCK & GRAIN MARKET
NEWS BRANCH OF THE USDA’S
AGRICULTURE MARKETING SER
VICE. ROBERT MILES - TINA DOBB
BLER TELEPHONE (405) 232-5425.
LIVESTOCK IS OUI
MONDAY
Lebanon Valley
Livestock Auction
Fradarickibnrg. h.
Tuesday, October 26,1993
Report Supplied PDA
CATTLE 129.. PDA ..Compered to Un
Tuesday's market: d. (teen very uneven,
extreme* .73 higher to 2.00 lower.
STEERS: one Select 61.73, one Standard
36.30. HOLSTEINS; Choice 1163/1490
Dm. 63.73-66.00, one 67.23, two Select
62.73 ft 63.23. HEIFERS: one Choice
Yield Grade 4 1210 lb*. 62.23, two Stan
dard 30.23 ft 34.30, two Utility 38.00 ft
42.23. COWS: Pew Breaking Utility and
Commercial 43.23 ft 48.23, few low yield
ing down 43.73, Cutter and Boning Utility
43.50-47.50, few 48.00, Canter ft Low
Cutter 40.75-43.75, few down 38.50,
Shell* down to 33.00.
CALVES 173..Holiteinbttlb 10.00 low
er. VEALBRS: one Choice 143 Ibr.
112.00, few Standard and Good 75/110 lb*.
50.00- few Utility 50/83 lb*.
20.0tf-35.00. RETURNED TO FARM:
No. 1. Holitein bull* 85/123 lbs.
122.00- mottly 133.00-130.00, No.
2 80/113 lb*. 77.00-132.00 moitly
92.00- few No. 1 Holitein heifen
90/110 lb*. 123.00-145.00, few No. 2
75/90 lb*. 85.00-87.00.
HOGS 86...5ma1l nipply barrows and
gilt* 2.00 to 3.00 lower, low* steady to
weak. BARROWS AND GILTS: two loti
US 1-2 243 ft 258 lbs. 42.30 ft 43.00, US
'l-3 255/270 lbs. 42.50-43.00, lot 2-3 262
lbs. 42.25, lot 1-3 132 lbs. 27.00. SOWS;
US 1-3 340/615 lbs. 35.00-37.50 mostly
35.25-37.25. BOARS: few 32.25-33.25.
FEEDER PIGS 0..N0 market test.
SHEEP 0..N0 market test.
GOATS 0..N0 market test.
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