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A4-Lancastef Farming, Saturday, November 12, 1994
NOVEMBER 09, 1994
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birds
was seasonally light, but was generally suf
ficient io keep the fully adequate to ample
supply from accumulating. Live supplies
were moderate; weights were in a full
range and were mostly desirable to heavy.
Processing schedules were very heavy.
Less than trucklot asking prices were
Evaratt R. Nawawangar,
Lou Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrawa, Staff
Vamon Aehanbaeh, Jr., Staff
Joyce Bupp, York County
Sovon Valloyo (717) 428-1865
Carolyn Moyar, Bradford County
Roaring Branch (717) 324-2482
Randy WaDa, Indiana
Marlon Cantor (412) 397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
MKfllnburg (717) 966-4770
Gall Shock, MHflln
Belleville (717) 935-5675
Linda WlHlama, Bedford
Bedford (814) 623-5745
Gay Brownlaa, Somaraat
Salisbury (814) 662-2127
David Hlabart, Waalmoraland
Seotldala (412) 667-5929
Agnaa Smith, Northampton
Ml. Bethel (215) 588-8262
Miriam Wert, Juniata
Port Royal (717) 527-4406
Cud A Onalea Smith, Mtreer
Greenville (412) 588-6203
C.J. HoughtaUng, Tioga
MUdlebury Canter (717) 376-2621
Beth Miller, Cumberland
Nswvllto (717) 778-8571
Lob Szymintkl, Maryland
Waatmlnatar (410) 848-5241
Karan Butlar, Maryland
Fradariek (301) 698-5436
$21.00 per year; $40.00 - 2 yean
$31.00 per year outside of;
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$59.00 - 2 Years
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unchanged at 47 to 58 cents. Trade senti
ment was steady at best, and was affected
by buyers shifting interest to stocking up
on other items for the upcoming Holiday.
In the parts complex, wings were adequate
and in best balance. Other items were fully
sufficient for current needs.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
11/09 11/07 11/07 11/02 10/31
2,440 2,398 4.89 2,449 4.81
BROILER/FRYER CURRENT NEGO
TIATED PRICES FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY INCLUDES MOSTLY
MULTIPLE-DROP SHIPMENTS OF
BRANDED AND WING TAGGED TO
NEW YORK CITY FROM DELMARVA
BRANDED U.S. GRADE A RANGE
44-58 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 48.49
NO. OF BOXES 12,306
9 of 9 plants reporting.
PREPARED: 09-NOV-94 12:02 PM E
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, November 8, 1994
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .10-.70.
LEGHORN FOWL .OS.
MIXED FOWL .10-.65.
BUNNIES EACH 1.50-3.50.
DUCKS .20-. SO.
WHITE EGGS: EXTRA LARGE &
JUMBO .74-.75; LARGE .63-.70;
MEDIUM .26-.66; SMALL .26-.25.
BROWN EGGS: EXTRA LARGE &
JUMBO .80-.95; LARGE .73-.57;
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EAST PETERSBURG POULTRY
AUCTION. NOVEMBER 08. 1994.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, EXCEPT
Muscovy Ducks - Drakes .50 - .62 Mus
covy Ducks - Hens .50 - .58 Pekin Ducks
.20 - .34 Red Fowl 4-4.5.30 - .42 Red Fowl
5-6 .50 - .72 Crossbred Fowl 5-9 .30 - .54
.86 Guinea Fowl 1,50 - 1.75 Banty Roos
ters 2.00 - 5.25 ea. Banty Hens 1.00 - 2.25
Leghorn Hens .08 - .16 SUkiei 4.00 - 5.10
ea. Geese 9-15.30 - .58 Pigeons 2.00 - 2.50
ea. White Pigeons 3.00 - 3.75 ea. Rabbits
4-6.80 -1.10 Rabbits 7-11.80 -1.00 Bun
nies 2.00 - 5.00 ea. Guinea Pigs 2.00 - 5.50
ea. Kid Goats 20.00 - 40.00 ea. Doves 2.50
- 4.00 ea.
Total Coops Sold 872
PREPARED: 10-NOV-94 08:22 AM E
Eastern Pa. &
NOVEMBER 08, 1994
NORTHEAST LIVE HEN REPORT.
NOVEMBER 8. 1994. FEDERAL
Prices were slightly higher on light type
fowl for this week’s slaughter. Offerings
hive slowed temporarily as producers hold
flocks for needed egg inventories. Demand
was moderate to good. Sales were too few
to report on heavy hens. Availability was
shoit to no better than in balance. Finished
sales were fairly active due to seasonal
buying and government purchase prog
rams. Undertone fully steady but cautious
on leghorns and at least steady on heavies.
LIGHT TYPE HENS
CENTS PER LB.. DAY OF NEGOTIA
TION, GENERALLY FOR SLAUGH
TER WITHIN THE NEXT 10 DAYS
AT FARM BUYER LOADING .5-2
CENTS/LB. .5-1 FOB PLANT TOO FEW
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) *
PRELIMINARY PRICE, CENTS PER
LB., GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER
THE WEEK OF 14-NOV-94
AT FARM BUYER LOADING TOO
FEW TO REPORT FOB PLANT TOO
FEW TO REPORT
* WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUB
JECT TO DISCOUNT.
PREPARED: 08-NOV-94 11:24 AM E
NY Egg Market
NOVEMBER 09, 1994
NEW YORK EGGS, NOVEMBER 09,
Prices were .unchanged. The market tone
was steady. Demand continued to cover the
full range, and was mostly moderate. Sup
plies were adequate or available.
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 70-72
LARGE 67-70 MEDIUM 60-63
PREPARED: 09-NOV-94 11:36 AM E
Flock Service Visits
Quality Assurance Programs
Risk Management Programs
Egg and Fowl Marketing
Joint Ownership Flocks
Flock Computer Records
Financial and Performance Analysis
NOVEMBER 10, 1994
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Report Supplied by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE “A” BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES:
Weekly New York Egg Market
BREAKING STOCKS; FRI. 42-44 L85.29.00-30.00,48-50LBS. 38.00-40.00,
50 LBS. AND UP 40.00-41.00; TOURS. 42-44 LBS. 28.00-29.00.
National N.E. Chicken
Egg Market Parts 1,2
ATLANTA. GA EDISON, NJ
NOWMBPB 1994 NOVEMBER 09, 1994
NATIONAL EGG MARKET - AT A NORTHEAST BROILER/FRYER
GLANCE- L PARTS - PART I FEDERAL-STATE
Price, were unchanged. The market tone , J™**° t . buyinB "***
was mostly .teady. Demand wa. irregular. « h ' Offenng. were fully adequate for the
and mostly moderate. Retail special, pro- I,ml “ d “ d “ u ““‘ Mo , ve '
vided the test movement, and cartoned egg mem t Y°“ gh *" d d ' ,tnbuuve outlet,
demand wa. expected to improve steadily . ooly f, . ,r “ be,t ' J ndc '““mem w *«
as the Thank.giving holiday approached. ' y • pouNn
Supplie. were adequate or available in all p AND CO2 PACKED
region., and extra egg. were u.ually held BROILER/FRYER PARTS DELIV
with vaiy mg degrees of confidence. Break- E RED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
mg stock supplies were adequate from teg- JRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
ular commitments, and few plants sought 7177^5
additional eggs; the undertone was steady. ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
Live hen offerings were adequate to fully TRADING
adequate for the light to moderate demand, BREAST - B/S (W W/O TENDERS)
and the trade sentiment wa. steady. IJS BREAST - WITH RIBS 70-71
NOVEMBER OS, 1994
EASTERN REGION FROZEN EGGS
NOVEMBER 08, 1994.
Prices were unchanged. The market tone
was generally steady. Demand was fair for
immediate needs, and plants continued to
stay active packing previous commitments.
Floor stocks were adequate. Shell egg sup
plies remained adequate or available.
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25 CONT.)
RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE 46.5-50 48-50 50-57 BLEND
(0 TFEWR 65-75 WHITES 36-40 36-38
40-47 SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43%
SOLIDS) 59-62 59-61 62-67 SALTED
YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS) 55-59 57-58
(/) - WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
SWEETENER, GENERALLY 28-32%
PREPARED: 08-NOV-94 09:19 AM E
J&B Live I
WE BUY POULTRY
• Large amounts,of
Pure A Hybrid
• Mule Ducks
• Roasting Chickens
Will Pick up at Farm
ask for Richie
From Frl, Nov. 4 to Thursday, Nov. 10
FRI. MON. TUES. WED.
.25 .25 .25 .25 .25
BREAST - LINE RUN 70 LEGS 44-45
LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 30 DRUM-
STICKS 41-42 THIGHS 40-41 WINGS
(WHOLE) 52-53 BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10-12 LIVERS (5 POUND
TUBS) 30 GIZZARDS (HEARTS) 50-55
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.
PREPARED: 09-NOV-94 11:30 AM E
WE BUY POULTRY
FOR TOP CASH
• Muscovy Ducks
• Bantam Roosters
• White Pigeons
• Guinea Hens
We Buy 1000-1500
Red Spent Fowl
We pickup at the farm
between 7am - 5 pm
OVER 35 yMrt In lha aim
Sell direct to us
BUYERS OF CHINESE
WE PICK UP AT FARM
LARGE ORDERS CAN BE
CASH PAID ON SALE
7:00 AM TO 11:00 AM