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Wednesday, August 10, 1994
Trucklot buying intereit war more mix
ed than usual this morning. Offerings were
held with increased confidence but were
usually sufficient to cover current dealer
needs. Retail activity was about moderate
with some interest developing for next
PRICES PAID PER POUND. ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS. DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT
ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
TRADING* BREAST - B/S (W & W/O
TENDERS) 195 BREAST - WITH RIBS
83-84 BREAST - LINE RUN 83 LEGS
44-45 LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 29-30
DRUMSTICKS 42-43 THIGHS 38-39
WINGS (WHOLE) 50-51 BACKS AND
NECKS (STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (5
POUND TUBS) 20-25 GIZZARDS
(HEARTS) 30-35 INCLUDES NEW
YORK CITY METROPOLITAN AREA.
NORTHERN NEW JERSEY, MASSA
CHUSETTS. CONNECTICUT, RHODE
ISLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA
(NORTHEAST OF HARRISBURG). •
TODAY’S NEGOTIATED SALES AS
OF 11:30 A.M.
Wednesday, August 10,1994
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birds
was generally noted as good on the 3
pound and smaller sizes; light to fair on the
balance. Offerings were light on the small
er sizes; fully adequate on over 3 pound
BUYING AND SELLING
SOFT RED AND WHITE
Picked Up and Delivered Bids
Prices Quoted for Spot or Future
WE WANT TO BUY
•izei. Live mppliei were moderate;
weights varied from light to heavy. Pro
cessing schedules were very heavy. Less
thsn trucklot asking prices were unchanged
at 52 to 62 cents. Trade sentiment was
steady. Bone-in breasts and wings cleared
well and extra supplies were in firm hands.
Leg quarters were adequate to closely
cleared. Legs were fully adequate. Bone
less skinless breasts were slow to clear at
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
08/10 08/08 08/08 08/03 08/012,472 2,446
4.75 2,512 4.68
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
49-64 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 53.55
NO. OF BOXES 13,140 *9 of 9 plants
Eastern PA &
NJ Poultry Report
Tuesday, August 9,1994
Early week trading on light type fowl
was noted at slightly lower levels than
prior week while sales were too few to
report on heavy hens. Offerings were irre
gular, ranging about adequate to generally
in balance with needs. Demand moderate
to good, depending upon available line
time. Trade sentiment at least steady.
LIGHT TYPE HENS CENTS PER LB..
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DAY OP NEGOTIATION, GENERAIXY
FOR SLAUGHTER WITHIN THE NEXT
10 DAYS RANGE MAJORITY AT
FARM BUYER LOADING .9-1 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
15-AUG-94 RANGE MAJORITY AT
FARM BUYER LOADING TOO FEW
TO REPORT FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO
REPORT * WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS.
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
Wedneaday, August 10, 1994
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A
GLANCE: Prices ringed from unchanged
to lower on white eggs and unchanged on
browns. The market tone was mixed but
usually barely steady to weak. Demand
ranged light to good mostly fair, best
where features were in progress. Supplies
of both graded and loose eggs were adequ
ate to available, mostly adequate for trade
requirements. Breaker interest was fair;
floor stocks were usually sufficient with
traders purchasing on an as needed basis.
Offerings of spent fowl were fully adequ
ate for processing needs.
St Joaeph, Mo.
Wedneaday, August 10,1994
DAILY NATIONAL GRAIN
SUMMARY TRADERS CONTINUE TO
WAIT FOR TOMORROW’S USDA
CROP PRODUCTION REPORT AS
SEEN IN LACKLUSTER BOARD
TRADING. WHEAT AND CORN
PRICES RECEIVED SOME STRENGTH
FROM MODERATE EXPORT
DEMAND BUT SOYBEAN PRICES
FINISHED MIXED. WHEAT
UNCHANGED TO 4 CENTS HIGHER.
CORN UNCHANGED TO 1 CENT
HIGHER. SORGHUM 1 TO 2 CENTS
HIGHER. SOYBEANS MIXED. WHEAT
PRICES WERE HIGHER, SUPPORTED
IDEAS USDA WILL CUT IT’S SPRING
WHEAT PRODUCTION ESTIMATE.
LOWER WORLD WHEAT PRODUC
TION FORECASTS IS ALSO
EXPECTED. MODERATE EXPORT
DEMAND ALSO GAVE PRICES A
BOOST. SLIGHT INCREASES IN
CORN PRICES WERE DUE TO KORE
A’S EXPORT ORDER AND ADD
ITIONAL SHORT COVERINGS
AHEAD OF GOVERNMENT REPORTS.
SOYBEAN PRICES FINISHED ON
BOTH SIDES OF UNCHANGED
BEFORE USDA’S KEY CROP REPORT.
EXPORT NEWS: LEBANON
BOUGHT 15,000 TONNES SOFT RED
WINTER AND 15,000 TONNES
NORTHERN/ DARK NORTHERN
SPRING WHEAT UNDER EEP FOR
AUG/SEP SHIPMENT. JAPAN
BOUGHT 31,357 TONNES WESTERN
WHITE WHEAT AND 25,784 HARD
RED WINTER WHEAT FOR OCTOBER
SHIPMENT. SOUTH KOREA BOUGHT
52,000 TONNES U.S. CORN FOR
OCTOBER. EL SALVADOR BOUGHT
2,700 TONNES COTTONSEED OIL
UNDER (COAP) FOR SEP/OCT.
DATE CHANGE YEAR AGO TRUCK
BIDS: 08/10/94 08/09/94 08/11/93
WHEAT: KANSAS CITY 3.54-3.55 UP 3
3.24-3.25 MINNEAPOLIS 3.79 1/2 UP 1
1/2 4.67 PORTLAND 3.54-3.57 UP 3-4
3.37-3.40 ST. LOUIS 3.12-3.15 NC
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 13 1994-A5
CORN, U.S. NO. 2 YELLOW: KAN
SAS C1TY2.27-2.29 UP 12.45-2.47 MIN
NEAPOLIS 2.13 1/4 NC 2.18 3/4 SO.
lOWA 2.20-2.21 NC-UP 1 2.27-2.32
OMAHA 2.15-2.17 UP 1 2.33-2.35.
SOYBEANS. NO. 1 YELLOW: KAN
SAS CITY 5.66 DN 1 6.93 MINNEAPO
LIS 5.59 1/4 UP 1 3/4 6.62 1/4 SO. lOWA
5.70-5.71 NC-DN 2 6.72-6.74 C. ILL.
PROCESSORS 5.72 1/4-5.83 1/4 DN
1/2-UP 2 3/4 6.78 1/4-6.97 1/4.
•TRUCK BIDS FOR KANSAS CITY.
US NO. 1 HARD RED WINTER
WHEAT. ORDINARY PROTEIN. MIN
NEAPOLIS, US NO. 1 DARK NORTH
ERN SPRING WHEAT, 14% PROTEIN.
PORTLAND, NO. 1 SOFT WHITE
WHEAT. ST. LOUIS. NO. 2 SOFT RED
FUTURES CLOSE; KANSAS CITY
(SEPT) WHEAT 3.45 1/2 UP 3 3.09 3/4
MINNEAPOLIS (SEPT) WHEAT 3.44
1/2 UP 1 1/2 3.17 1/2 CHICAGO (SEPT)
WHEAT 3.33 1/4 UP 2 1/4 3.13 1/2
(SEPT) CORN 2.19 1/4 UP 1 2.40 3/4
(DEC) CORN 2.23 1/4 UP 1 1/2 2.47 1/4
(NOV) SOYBEANS 5.63 1/4 DN 1/4 6.83
EXPORT: BARGE OR RAIL, PORT
OF NEW ORLEANS OR NORTH TEX
AS GULF. NO. 1 HARD RED WINTER
WHEAT ORDINARY PROTEIN 3.86 1/2
UP 6 3.51 3/4-3.54 3/4 NO. 2 SOFT RED
WINTER WHEAT 3.36-3.36 1/4 DN 2-1
3/4 3.35 1/2 NO. 2 YELLOW COIN
2,42-2.43 NC-UP 3/4 2.53 3/4-2.56 NO. 2
YELLOW SORGHUM RAIL 4.34 UP 2
BARGE 4.33 DN 2 4.56-4.67 NO. 2 YEL
LOW SOYBEANS 5.95-5.96 DN 1/2
7.04-7.08 3/4 BIRD.
THIS REPORT A SERVICE OF U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN MARKET
NEWS. ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI.