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A4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Juna 25, 1994
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Report Supplied by USOA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE “A” BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES:
Evaratt R, Nawawangar,
Lou Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrawa, Staff
Vamon Aehanbaeh, Jr., Staff
Joyea Bupp, York County
Sovon Valloyt (717) 421-1165
Carolyn Moyar, Bradford County
Roaring Branch (717) 324-2482
Randy Wala, Indiana
Marlon Cantor (412) 397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
IKfllnburg (717) 966-4770
Gall Shock, MHIIIn
Linda WlHiamt, Badford
Bedford (814) 623-5745
G«y BrownlN, Somerset
Salisbury (814) 662-2127
David Hlabart, Watlmoraland
Scottdale (412) 687-5929
Agnas Smith, Northampton
Ml. Bathal (215) 586-8262
Miriam Wart, Juniata
Port Royal (717) 527-4406
Cirot 6 Onalaa Smith, Maretr
Grasnvllls (412) 586-6203
C.J. Houghtaling, Tioga
MMdtobuiy Cmter (717) 376-2621
Bath Milter, Cumberland
Lois SzymansU, Maryland
Waatmlnatar (410) 146-5241
Karan Butlar, Maryland
Frederick (301) 108-5436
Hop* Holland, Muytand
R*l«Ur«town (410) 526-0710
$21.00 per year; $40.00 - 2 years
$31.00 per year outside of:
PA. NJ, MD, DE, NY. OH. VA & WV
$59.00 - 2 Years
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LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
.91 .80 .SO
.S4-.88 .73-.T7 ,43-.47
.86-.57 .7S-.76 .45.46
.87-.91 .76-.80 .46-.50
.87 .76 .46
.94-.9S .83-. BS
Wadneaday, June 22, 1994
Tracklot buying intereit ranged light to
fair. Supplies of boneless skinless breasts
were well cleared. Trading was repotted at
unchanged prices and the trade sentiment
was steady. Line ran breasts were readily
available and slow to clear. Several trades
were repotted at sharply lower prices but
most new bookings were at the 79 to 80
cent marie. Seme buyers continue to wait
until the market develops before booking
product for next week. Whole legs and
drumsticks were fully adequate and urged
for sale. Leg quarters were adequate; how
ever buyers and sellers disagree over val
ues. In the meantime supplies were in firm
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) 190 BREAST - WITH
RIBS 80-81 BREAST - LINE RUN 79-80
LEGS 48-49 LEG QUARTERS (BULK)
32-33 DRUMSTICKS 46 THIGHS 43-44
WINGS (WHOLE) 63-64 BACKS AND
NECKS (STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (5
POUND TUBS) 20-2 S GIZZARDS
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 A.M.
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. 27.00-29.00.48-50 LBS. 34.00-36.00
50 LBS. AND UP 36.00-37.00.
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, June 21, 1994
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .40-.85.
LEGHORN FOWL .30-1.00.
BUNNIES EACH .55-4.75.
WHITE EGGS: EXTRA LARGE &
JUMBO .45-.74; LARGE .32-.65;
BROWN EGGS; EXTRA LARGE &
JUMBO .4S-.72; LARGE .30-.60;
New York &
Tuewlay, June 21,1994
Pricei were unchanged to lower. Trade
lentiment remained barely steady to weak.
Demand war limited, and generally for fill
in needs only. Floor stocks were at least
adequate. Shell egg supplies were adequate
to fully adequate, and offerings included
surplus graded eggs.
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TAINERS) TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25
CONT.) RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE 42-45 44-45 46-53 BLEND (/) -
56-65 WHITES 37-40 38-39 41-49
SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS)
52-55 53 56-65 SALTED YOLKS (MIN
43% SOLIDS) 49-52 50-51 53-59 (/) -
WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS SWEETEN
ER. GENERALLY 28-32% EGG
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Weekly New York Egg Market
From Frl, June 17 to Thuraday, June 23
FRI. MON, TUBS. WED.
.78 .78 .78 .78 .78
•71 .71 .71 .71 .71
•64 .64 .64 .64 .64
.52 .52 .52 .52 .52
•45 .45 .45 .45 .45
•52 .52 .52 .52 .52
.75 .75 .75 .75 .75
•72 .72 .72 .72 .72
■6O .60 .60 .60 .60
•21 .21 .21 .21 .21
) JACKSON AVE. |
I LIVE POULTRY !
| WE BUY POULTRY J
* FOR TOP CASH |
| WEEKLY |i
• Muscovy Ducks ' j
• Broilers i
• Bantam Roosters ’
• White Pigeons \
• Guinea Hens a
We Buy 1000-1500 J
Red Spent Fowl I
Wednesday, June 22, 1994
NATIONAL EGG - AT A GLANCE:
Prices were unchanged. The rnulcet tone
was cautiously steady. Retail demand con
tinued mostly light to fair, and food service
movement was fair to good. Supplies were
generally at least adequate or available,
except die heaviest sizes were less avail
able where production of the heavy eggs
was diminished from the hot, humid
weather. Breaking stock prices were
unchanged, and supplies were at least
adequate for the unaggressive demand.
Live hen offerings were adequate to ample
for the light and unaggressive demand, and
the undertone was about steady.
North Atlantic Shell Eggs
Thuraday, June 23, 1994
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT; THE MARK
ET TONE WAS CAUTIOUSLY
STEADY. DEMAND CONTINUED NO
BETTER THAN FAIR EXCEPT WHERE
FEATURED OR INTO VACATION
AREAS WHERE MOVEMENT WAS
IMPROVED. SUPPLIES WERE AT
LEAST ADEQUATE OR AVAILABLE
EXCEPT THE HEAVIEST SIZES WERE
OFTEN BARELY ADEQUATE AS A
RESULT OF DECREASED PRODUC
TION DURING THE HEAT SPELL.
BREAKERS RAN FULL SCHEDULES
WITH ADEQUATE SUPPLIES AND
OFFERINGS. A EXTRA LARGE .60-.64,
LARGE .SB-.62, MEDIUMS .46-.45.
WadMMty, June 22, 1994
Prices were unchanged. Trade sentiment
was cautiously steady. Demand remained
light to fair, best where featured and into
vacation areas. Supplies of extra-large
were barely adequate to adequate, while
large and mediums were adequate to ample
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 .62-.64, LARGE .S9-.62,
MEDIUM .4 7 -.50.
Wo pick up at the farm'
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OVER »i YMI» In «h» »w» j
Rood, East Petersburg
Tuesday, Jum 21,1994
PRICES PAID PER POUND, EXCEPT
AS NOTED RANGE:
Muscovy Duck* - Drake* .72 • .9s.
Muscovy Duck* - Hen* .80 • .92.
Pekin Duck* .30 - .42.
Red Fowl 4-4.5.40 - .62, Red Fowl 5-6
Crossbred Fowl S-9 .40 - .64.
Crossbred Rooster* 4-6 .50 • 1.20,
Crossbred Roocten 7-11 .48 • 1.10.
Guinea Fowl 130 • 1.55.
Banty Roosters 4.00 - 7.50 ea.
Banty Hen* 1.50 • 3.00 ea.
Leghorn Hen* .16 - .22.
Silkie* 4.00 - 5.25 ea.
Geese 9-12 .24 - .38.
Pigeon* 2.00 - 2.60 ea.
White Pigeon* 4.00 - 4.75 ea.
Rabbit* 4-6.60 - .84, Rabbit* 7-11.60 -
Bunnies .25 • 1.00 ea.
Guinea Pigs 1.50 - 5.75 ea.
Goats 58.00 - 97.00 ea.
Kid Coats 25.00 • 40.00 ea.
Doves 2.50 - 4.00 ea.
Pullets 4-6 .40 - .64.
Total Coop* Sold 804.
Wednesday, June 22, 1994
THE DAILY AUCTIONS FOR JUNE
22,1994 ARE UNAVAILABLE DUE TO
THE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK GRAD
ING AND MARKETING ASSOCIA
TION MEETINGS BEING HELD THIS
Wednesday, June 22, 1994
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birds
was light to fair at best. Under 3 pound
iizei remained in excess of current needi.
Heavier weights were generally no more
than adequate. Live supplies were mod
erate; weights were often lighter than
desired. Processing schedules were very
heavy. Less than tnicklot asking prices
were 1 cent lower at 52 to 60 cents. Trade
sentiment was weak to lower. In the parts
complex, boneless skinless breasts and
wings were in best balance. Bone-in
breasts and drumsticks were available and
slow to clear. Other items were irregularly
balanced, but fully adequate overall
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
06/2206/2006/2006/1$ 06/13 2,4502,415
4.64 2,379 4.78.
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
45-63 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 53.80
NO. OF BOXES 10,079 *9 of 9 pUnti
Eastern PA &
NJ Poultry Report
Tuesday, June 21, 1994
Trading wu noted at dote to unchanged
levels on light type fowl and sales were too
few to report on heavy hens. Offerings
continued at least adequate and processing
plants expect to operate desired slaughter
schedules again next week. Demand mod
erate at best Undertone generally steady.
LIGHT TYPE HENS CENTS PER LB.,
DAY OF NEGOTIATION. GENERALLY
FOR SLAUGHTER WITHIN THE NEXT
10 DAYS RANGE MAJORITY AT
FARM BUYER LOADING 0-1 CENTS/
LB. FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO
REPORT HEAVY TYPE HENS (7
POUNDS AND UP) • PRELIMINARY
PRICE. CENTS PER LB.. GENERALLY
FOR SLAUGHTER THE WEEK OF
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