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A6-Lancastflf Farming, Saturday, July 23, 1994
JULY 20, 1994
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birds
w«s light on 3 pound and smaller sizes.
Heavier sizes were barely adequate. Live
supplies were moderate, with weights
ranging light to desirable Processing sche
dules were very heavy. Less than truckle!
asking prices were lower at 53 to 63 cents.
Trade sentiment was barely steady to
weak. Breast items were barely adequate to
weak with bone-in breast m the longest
position Dark meat items were available
with some improvement noted for next
week Wings were adequate.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
07/20 07/18 07/18 07/13 07/11
2,357 2,238 4.58 2,491 4.59
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
49-63 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 55
27 NO. OF BOXES 10,274
*7 of 9 plants reporting.
PREPARED; 20-JUL-94 12:11 PM E
NY Egg Market
JULY 20, 1994
NEW YORK EGGS. JULY 20. 1994.
Prices were higher. Trade sentiment was
ully steady to firm. Demand was fair to
>ood. Supplies of the large sizes remained
■hort to instances adequate, and mediums
A’ere barely adequate to 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 71-73
LARGE 68-71 MEDIUM 51-54
PREPARED: 20-JUL-94 11:42 AM E
100 West Jackson Street • Box 186 • New Holland, Pennsylvania 17557
Office: (717) 355-7253 • FAX: (717) 355-9547
HAY & GRAIN SALE EVERY MONDAY - 10:00 A.M.
MON. AUG. 1 WHOLESALE FURNITURE 6:30 P.M.
WED. AUG. 3 WINROSS TRUCKS & TOYS 6:30 P.M.
FRI - AUG. 12 FARM EQUIP., TRACTORS & SUPPLIES 9:00 A.M.
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JULY 20, 1994
PARTS - PART I FEDERAL-STATE
Tmcklot buying interest was generally
light and unaggressive. Offerings were at
least adequate on everything with bone-in
breasts, legs, and leg quarters usually in the
longest position. Some interest was deve
loping as prices became increasingly com
petitive, however, dealers were having a
difficult time in securing product at desired
price levels. Most traders continued to
work with minimal floor stocks.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS, DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
BREAST - B/S (W & W/O TENDERS)
205-210 BREAST - WITH RIBS 93-94
BREAST - LINE RUN 93 LEGS 46-47
LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 25-26 DRUM
STICKS 45-46 THIGHS 42-43 WINGS
(WHOLE) 63-64 BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (5 POUND
TUBS) 20-25 GIZZARDS (HEARTS)
INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY MET
ROPOLITAN 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.
July 20, 1994
NATIONAL EGG - AT A GLANCE
Prices were unchanged to higher in the
Northeast and Midwest, unchanged else
where. The market tone was fully steady to
firm. Retail demand remained fair to good,
best where featured. Food service demand
was mostly good. Supplies of the large
sizes were short to adequate, and mediums
were barely adequate to ample, and held
with confidence. Breaking stock was bare
ly adequate to adequate for the moderate to
good demand, and prices were higher. Live
hens were adequate for the unaggressive
& NJ Poultry
JULY 19, 1994
NORTHEAST LIVE HEN REPORT,
JULY 19. 1994. FEDERAL-STATE
Trading in early week 100 limited to
report pricei on either dan of fowl. Offer
ing! were irregular but overall adequate for
most processing needs. Demand moderate
to sometimes good. Undertone generally
LIGHT TYPE HENS
CENTS PER LB.. DAY OF NEGOTIA
TION, GENERALLY FOR SLAUGH
TER WITHIN THE NEXT 10 DAYS
AT FARM BUYER LOADING TOO
FEW TO REPORT FOB PLANT TOO
FEW TO REPORT
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) •
PRELIMINARY PRICE, CENTS PER
LB.. GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER
THE WEEK OF 25-JUL-94
RANGE MAJORITY AT FARM BUY
ER LOADING TOO FEW TO REPORT
FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT
• WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUB
JECT TO DISCOUNT.
PREPARED: 19-JUL-94 12:25 PM E
JULY 19, 1994
EASTERN REGION FROZEN EGGS,
JULY 19. 1994. FEDERAL-STATE
Prices were unchanged to higher for
whole and yolks, and whites were general
ly lower. Trade sentiment was fully steady
Hay And Straw Sales
WUI Start At 10 A.M.
11 North Maple Ave.
Leola, PA 17540
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES INC;
THE ACTION AUCTION
EARLY bird hog sale
inf' 7:30 A.M.
X Sail Your Hogt At Now Holland Sola* SMblo*. Inc.
Soo than wolghod, told and pickup your chock.
10:00 A.M. Vi
Co. 1:30 P.M. .
Ep BEEF SALE
I s n
HEIFER SALE 11:00 A.M.
COW SALE 12:00 NOON
00 * s
We have Iho uaual run o( SO to 100 Helfere, all ages.
Load* o( frath cow» and sprlngtn from our regular
thlppart. Alto some local traah cow* and springers.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES, INC.
12 Milas East of Lancaster Off Route 23, New Holland, Panna.
Norman * Rog» f ßßoyd^7U^3slMS4l
Homor Eborly - 215-287-3047 Ordf Buwr
Ron Ranch - 717-686-0840 Paul Good - 218-445-8662
to firm for whole and yolk while the
undertone for whites was barely steady to
weak. Demand was watchful and moderate
as prices increased for most finished pro
ducts, and for raw materials. Supplies were
generally adequate. Shell eggs were less
available, and the national breaking stock
inventory was 8% lower than last week.
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25 CONT.)
RANGE MOSTLY RANGE WHOLE
45-47 45 48-54 BLEND (/) - - 63-73
WHITES 35-38 36-37 39-49 SUGARED
YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS) 56-59 57-58
60-68 SALTED YOLKS (MIN 43% SOL
IDS) 52-56 52-54 57-64
(/) - WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
SWEETENER. GENERALLY 28-32%
PREPARED: 19-JUL-94 10:43 AM E
North Atlantic Shell Eggs
Thursday, July 21, 1994
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT: MARKET
TONE WAS FULLY STEADY TO FIRM.
RETAILS DEMAND COVERED THE
FULL RANGE, AND WAS BEST
WHERE FEATURED. FOOD SERVICE
DEMAND WAS FAIRLY GOOD TO
GOOD. SUPPLIES WERE SHORT TO
ADEQUATE. AND THE HEAVY SIZES
REMAINED IN THE TIGHTEST POSI
TION. BREAKING STOCK OFFERINGS
WERE LESS AVAILABLE, AND
PRICES WERE HIGHER. LIVE HEN
OFFERINGS WERE ADEQUATE FOR
THE UNAGGRESSIVE DEMAND. A
EXTRA LARGE .63 .73, LARGE .61.71,
MEDIUMS .45'/. -.52.
LIVESTOCK IS GUI
July 20, 1994
CATTLE 248.. Supplied by die auction,
HEIFERS: Select 51.00-54.25. COWS:
Breaking Utility and Commercial
45.50- Cutter and Bon. Utility
43.00- Canner and Low Cutter
36.00- Shells down to 30.00.
BULLS: Yield Grade No. 2 1000/1400 Ibi.
CALVES 98..VEALERS: Standard and
Good 75/90 Ibi. 46.00-50.00, Utility 60/75
lb«. 30.00-44.00. FARM CALVES: No. 1
Holstein bulls 95/110 lbs. 110.00-150.00.
No. 2 80/90 lbs. 60.00-105.00; No. 1 Hols
tein heifers 90/110 Ibi. 150.00-176.00, No
2 80/90 lbs. 90.00-125.00.
HOGS 71... BARROWS AND GILTS:
US 1-2 230/250 lbs. 42.00-43.00, US 1-3
180/280 Ibi. 36.00-40.10. SOWS: US 1-3
400/600 lbs. 28.00-30.00, US 2-3 300/600
lbs. 24.00-28.50. BOARS; 300 lbs. 25.00.
FEEDER PIGS 62.. US 1-3 30/40 lbs.
28.00-32.00,40/50 lbs. 32.00-38.00, Utili
ty 20/45 lbs. 12.00-18.00. per head.
SHEEP 62... Slaughter lambs: Choice
40/70 lbs. 60.00-77.00, Good and Choice
40/70 lbs. 53.00-60.00. Slaughter sheep:
GOATS 14.. Large 79.00-95.00.
Medium 44.00-57.00. Large Kida
27.00-38.00, Small Kidi 11.00-16.00.-
DAIRY COWS .. Holiteina
$950.00-51400.00, Jersey Mixed
$300.00-$750.00. - per head.
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Dairy Bam and Feeder Pig Bam are cleaned and disinfected
weakly lor your protection.