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A4-Lanca*tcr Farming, Saturday, October 7, INS
Because of recent
several markets indi
cated reduced sales
and several were
Everett R. Wewswanger
Lon Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrews, Staff
Vernon Achenbach Jr., Staff
Ephraim Office Phone
Joyce Bupp, York County
Seven Valleys (717)428-1865
Carolyn Moyer, Bradford County
Roaring Branch (717)324-2482
Randy Wells, Indiana
Marion Center (412)397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
Mifflinburg (717) 966-4770
Gall Strock, Mifflin
Belleville (717) 935-5675
Linda WUliama, Bedford
Gay Brownlee, Somerset
David Hiebert, Westmoreland
Harold Shelly, Northampton
Forest Grove (215) 794-7922
Loretta Golden, Cambria
James Martin, Mercer
Sandy Lake (412)376-2682
CJ. Hon|htalin(, Tioga
Middlebury Center (717)376-2821
Beth Miller. Cumberland
Lois Szynumaki. Maryland
Karen Butler, Maryland
$25.00 per year; $48.00 - 2 years
$35.00 per year outside of.
PA, NJ, MD, DE, NY, OH, VA & WV
$68.00 - 2 Years
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OCTOBER 4, 1995
TrucUot buying interest was light and
unaggressive. Offerings were at least
adequate on all items.
Retail and dinributive movement was slow
to moderate; floor slocks were adequate to
heavy in anticipation of an increased first
of the month consumer buying. Trade sen
timent was mostly steady to fully steady.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILBR/PRYER PARTS, DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
TITIES. ITEM CURRENT NEGO
TIATED TRADING* BREAST - B/S (W
A W/O TENDERS) 165.00 BREAST -
WITH RIBS 77.00-78.00 BREAS- LINE
RUN 77.00 LEGS 50.00 LEG QUAR
TERS (BULK) 40.-00-41.00 DRUM
STICKS 54.00-SS.OO THIGHS
39.00- WINGS (WHOLE)
60.00- BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10.00-12.00 LIVERS (S
POUND TUBS) 40.00-45.00 GIZZARDS
(HEARTS) SO.OO-SS.OO 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.
OCTOBER 4,199 S
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birds
was about moderate; Seller offerings were
adequate and in fairly good balance on the
3 pound and smaller sizes, but were avail
able and slow to clear on the larger sizes.
Live supplies were mostly moderate;
weights varied from light to heavy, were
mostly desirable to heavy. Processing
schedules were very heavy. Less than
tnicklot asking prices were 1 cent lower at
57 to 68 cents. Trade sentiment was gener
ally steady. In the parts complex, all items
were at least adequate for the light and
selective buying saterest.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
(000) ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
10/04 10/021Q/D2 09/27 09/25 2,472 2,369
4.90 2,402 4.95 *BROILER/FRYER
CURRENT NEGOTIATED PRICES FOR
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY INCLUDES
MOSTLY MULTIPLE-DROP SHIP
MENTS OF BRANDED AND WING
TAGGED TO NEW YORK CITY FROM
BRANDED U.S. GRADE A RANGE
52-70 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 59.24
NO. OF BOXES 11,679 *9 of 9 plants
pullet management program
Layer Performance Basic
layer recordkeeping program
layer management program
link control system to Layer Performance
Egg Supply Projection
Egg Marketing Accounting System
Prices were unchanged. The maiket tone
remained coutiouily rteady, Demand wu
light to moderate and continued to focut on
fill-in current needi. Fmithed product floor
atoefca wen adequate. Breaking alack mp
pliei were adequate, and prime were
unchanged to lower.
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TAINERS) TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25
CONT.) RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE S2-S5 53-54 35-61 BLENDS (/)
TFEWR 63-80 WHITES 39-42 40-41
42-49 SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43%
SOLIDS) 63-67 VHzQtuß( 2Bj:*
SALTED YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS)
60-64 61-62 63-70 (/) - WHOLE PLUS
YOLK PLUS SWEETENER, GENERAL
LY 28-32% EGG SOLIDS.
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, October 3, 1995
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .35-1.15.
MIXED FOWL .90.
BUNNIES EACH 2.00.
* DUCKS .35-1.50.
EGGS; WHITE EXTRA LARGE &
(UMBO .80-94, LARGE .72 .78,
MEDIUM .60 .61. BROWN EXTRA
JVRGE & JUMBO .98-1.13, LARGE
86-1.02, SMALL .67-.70.
Wedaeaday, October 4, 1995
Report auppHod by Auction
Geeie: 2.00 ea.
Tuikeyi; 5.00-12.00 ea.
Rooiten; 4.00-5.25 ea.
Bantams: .25-2.75 ea.
Heavy rooften: none.
Silkies: 1.50 ea.
Muscovy hens: 3.50 ea.
Muscovy drakes; 4.00-6.00 ea.
Mixed ducks: 3.00-3.50 ea.
Guinea pigs: none.
Bam pigeons; 2.00 ea.
Fancy birds: 6.00 ea.
Peacocks: 10.00-17.00 ea.
Rabbit*; under 4 Ib«. 1.50 ea., 4-6 lb*.
3.20-4.50 ea., over 6 lb*. 5.00-10.00 ea.
Weekly New York Egg Market
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. .40-.42,48-50LBS. 50-.52, SO LBS.
AND UP .52-53; THURS. 42-44 LBS. JB-.40,48-50 LBS. .48-50,50 LBS. AND
E. PA & NJ
Final majority prices were unchanged.
The undertone was steady. Offerings from
production area* were generally adequate.
Demand was mostly moderate Finished
isles were moderate to seasonally active at
flivhtly higher value*.
Sell direct to u
Risser’s Poultry Inc.
P.O. BOX 52 • LITITZ, PA
Buyers and Haulers
II of Leghorn, Medium,
I / I aru * Heav y Fowl
Now using carts for
Over 60 years of the most efficient
prompt payment means of moving
and dependable spent fowl .
Fran Friday, Sept 29 to Oct 5
FBL MON. TUBS. WED. THUDS.
.91 .91 .88 .83
.84 .84 .83 .81
.82 .82 .81 .79
.69 .69 .69 .69
.51 .31 .31 .31
.70 .70 .69 .67
1.01 1.01 1.01 .99
.99 .99 .99 .97
.71 .71 .71 .71
.36 36 .36 .35
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) • FINAL PRICE. CENTS PER
LB., GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER
THE WEEK OF 02-OCT-95 RANGE
MAJORITY WTD AVG AT FARM BUY
ER LOADING 10.5-12.5 CBNTS/LB.
10.5-11 11.19 AT FARM PRODUCER
LOADING TOO FEW TO REPORT FOB
PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT *
WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUBJECT TO
3 Tractors and trailers to haul
cattle if you’re going South, let us
know a little ahead.
(610) 458-8518 home
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(717) 442-4181 office
days or nights
Barry L. Garber
/ 1821 Maytown Road
Eliaabathtown, PA 17022
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