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Wednmday, December 1,1993
Tracklot buying interest was about ai
expected for mid-week. Mott of the early
week pipeline* were filled yeiterday and
thi* morning the trade wai aliening their
fint of the month need*. Suppliei of bone*
leu ikinlen bream were in good lhape at
I.BS and the undertone wai fully iteady for
late week but uniettled going into next
week. Line run bream were in better
balance than early week. Product wai Mill
available M tone location* and iclleri
asked higher prices but buyers resitted.
Legs and leg quarters were in a strong
market position and trading was reported at
higher prices and the trade sentiment was
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/0 TENDERS) 185 BREAST-WITH
RIBS (0-81 BREAST - LINE RUN 79
LEGS 39.40 LEG QUARTERS (BULK)
30-31 DRUMSTICKS 31-32 THIGHS
35-36 WINGS (WHOLE) 45-46 BACKS
AND NECKS (STRIPPED) 10-12 LIV
ERS (5 POUND TUBS) 35-40 GIZ
ZARDS (HEARTS) 40-45 INCLUDES
NEW YORK CITY METROPOLITAN
AREA, NORTHERN NEW JERSEY,
RHODE ISLAND. AND PENNSYLVA
NIA (NORTHEAST OF HARRISBURG).
* TODAY’S NEGOTIATED SALES AS
OF 11:30 A.M.
Wednesday, December X, 1993
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A
GLANCE: Prices were unchanged to lower
in the Northeast and Midwest, unchanged
on the West Coast. The trade sentiment
was generally unsettled and ranged steady
to weak. Movement of cartoned eggs into
retail channels was in the full range of light
to good with the best call for product where
features were in progress. Supplies were
adequate or available in most reporting
areas; adequate to ample on the West
Coast. In the Central States region, prices
for breaking stocks were unchanged from
the prior day. Trading and demand was
fair. Offerings were adequate. The under
tone was steady. In the Southeast, trading
in light type hens was too thin to report
prices. Offerings were adequate. The
undertone was at least steady.
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I HOLIDAY SALES
LAMBS & GOATS
We Recommend You Bring Them In
Monday, December 20 And 27
Sale Time 9 AM
Report Supplied by Auction
Tucoday, November 30, 1993
ALFALFA; 3 LOTS. 2.25-2.60 BALE.
MIXED HAY: 7 LOTS, 2.00-2.70
TIMOTHY HAY: 7 LOADS, 1.60-2.50
GRASS HAY: 5 LOTS, 2.20-3.40
STRAW: 1 LOT AT 1.70 BALE
CORN SCREENINGS: 4.25 BAG.
SHELLED CORN: 2 BAGS AT 4.50
GROUND SHELLED CORN; 1 LOT
AT 6.75 BAG.
OATS: 2 BAGS AT 5.50 AND 6.55.
FIREWOOD: 1 LOAD AT 32.50.
TOTAL: 30 LOTS.'
Report Supplied by Auc-
Hay & Straw
November 25 and 29, 1993
ALFALFA; GOOD 95.00-110.00, FAIR
ALFALFA MOCED: 97.00.
TIMOTHY HAY: 65.00-87.50.
' MIXED HAY; 83.00-106.00.
BROME GRASS: 97.00-97.50.
CLOVER MIX: 68.00.
FIREWOOD: 45.00 LOAD.
WedneMlay, December 1,1993
Prices trended lower on all sizes. The
trade sentiment was barely steadyto weak.
Movement of cartoned eggs into retail
channels was light but about as expected
Supplies of ell sizes tanged adequate to
instances fully adequate.
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 .67-.69, LARGE .64-.67,
MEDIUM .55-. SB.
Hay aad Straw Auction
Sat, Nor. 27, 1993
Report Supplied by Auction
WHEAT STRAW: 95.00-IQS.OO.
ALFALFA HAY: 75.00-ISO.OO.
MIXED HAY: 90.00-ISO.OO.
FIREWOOD: 25.00-90.00 LOAD.
NO HAY AND STRAW AUCTION
DEC. 2S AND JAN. 1.
WHAT’S AHEAD FOR .
CORN & SOYBEAN
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to the loss of the premium paid plus all
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only with risk capital.
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financial condition in deciding whether to trad*.
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HEIFER SALE 11:00 A.M.
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Load* ol froth cow* and tpringat* from our rogulkr
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Wadneaday, December I
Report Supplied by Auction
37 LOADS OF HAY. _
LIVESTOCK IS OUI
MIXED HAY: 60.00-130.00.
STRAW: 2 LOADS, 67.50-127.50.
BAR CORN: 4 LOADS. 80.00-94.00.
OATS: 1 LOAD AT 23S BU.
CORN FODDER: 1 LOAD AT 15.00
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Beef Auction 10:00 A.M.
FEEDER PIG SALE
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