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A4*Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 14, 1995
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Report Supplied by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE "A" BROWN EGGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES:
Everett R. Newswanger
Lou Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrews, Staff
Vernon Achenbach Jr., Staff
Ephrata Office Phone
Joyce Bupp, York County
Seven Valleys (717) 428-1865
Carolyn Moyer, Bradford County
Roaring Branch (717)324-2482
Randy Wella, Indiana
Marion Center (412) 397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
Gail Strock, Mifflin
Linda William*, Bedford
Gay Brownlee, Somerset
David Hlebert, Westmoreland
Harold Shelly, Northampton
Forest Grove (215) 794-7922
Loretta Golden, Cambria
James Martin, Mercer
Sandy Lake (412)376-2682
C.J. Houghtaling, Tioga
Middlebury Center (717)376-2821
Beth Miller, Cumberland
Lola SsymanaU, Maryland
Karen Butler, Maryland
Frederick (301) 698-5436
$25.00 per year; $48.00 - 2 years
$35.00 per year outside of:
PA, NJ, MD. DE, NY, OH, VA & WV
$6B 00 - 2 Years
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LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
1.11 .87 .57
1.04-1.08 .80-.84 .50-.54
1.06- .82-.53 .S2-.53
1.07- .83-.57 .53-.57
1.07 .83 .53
OCTOBER 11, 1995
Movement of ready-to-cook whole birdi
wu moitly moderate. Seller offerings
were adequate to fully adequate. Live rup
pliei were moderate; weights varied from
light to heavy, but were mostly desirable to
heavy. Processing schedules were very
heavy. Less than trucklot asking prices
were unchanged at 67 cents. Trade senti
ment was steady, instances fully steady. In
the parts complex, bone-in breasts ranged
well cleared to adequate. Leg quartets and
thighs cleared well at most plants. Bone
less skinless breasts were fully adequate.
Wings were adequate in moving into closer
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
(000) ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
10/11 10/09 10/0910/04 10/022,3212,100
4.85 2,427 4.90 *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
53-68 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 57.47
NO, OF BOXES 9,322 *8 of 9 plants
E. PA & NJ
OCTOBER 10, 1995
The final majority pricei were
unchanged to higher although the weighted
average was unchanged from a week ear
lier. The market tone was at least steady.
Offerings from production areas were gen
erally adequate. Demand was mostly mod
erate. Finished sales were fair to seasonally
active at slightly higher values.
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) * FINAL PRICE, CENTS PER
LB., GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER
THE WEEK OF 09-OCT-95 RANGE
MAJORITY WTD AVG AT FARM BUY
ER LOADING 10.5-12.5 CENTS/LB.
10.5-12 11.19 AT FARM PRODUCER
LOADING TOO FEW TO REPORT FOB
PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT *
WEIGHTS UNDER? LBS. SUBJECT TO
Quality Assurance Programs
Risk Management Programs
OCTOBER 12, 1995
Muscovy Ducks - Drake* .82 - 1.00
Muscovy Ducks - Hens .60 - .86
Pekin Ducks .24 - .40
Red Fowl 4-4.5 .28 - .44
Red Fowl 5-6 .30 • .64
Crossbred Fowl 5-9 .30 - .56
Crossbred Roosters 4-6 .30 - .72
Crossbred Roosters 7-11 .30 - .74
Guinea Fowl 1.10 - 1.45
Banty Roosters ZOO - 4.50 ea.
Bamy Hens .50 • ZSO ea.
Leghorn Hens .14 - .22
Leghorn Roosters .10 - .24
Silkies 1.50 • 2.75 ea.
Geese 9-12 .15 - .24
Pigeons 1.60 - ZlO ea.
White Pigeons ZBS - 3.75 ea.
Rabbits 4-6 .80 - 1.00
Rabbits 7-11 .80 - 1.00
Bunnies 1.50 • 7.50 ea.
Guinea Pigs 1.00 • 3.50 ea.
Goat* 42.00 - 58.00 ea.
Doves 2.00 - 4.75 ea.
Chukars 3.75 - 4.25 ea.
Pullets 4-6 .40 - .54
Total Coops Sold 845
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auctioa
Tuesday, October 10, IMS
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .25-1.10.
LEGHORN FOWL .40-.70.
GEESE .30-. SO.
BUNNIES EACH .40-1.50.
EGGS: WHITE EXTRA LARGE *
JUMBO .80-.86, LARGE .68-.80,
MEDIUM .61. BROWN EXTRA LARGE
A JUMBO 1.01-1.10, LARGE .T7-.96,
Pricei were unchanged. The market tone
was generally steady. Demand was fair to
good, best where featured. Supplies were
generally adequate or available, with the
large sizes most available. Breaking stock
supplies were adequate under a steady
Flobk Service Visits
Egg and Fowl Marketing
Joint Ownerahip Flocks
Flock Computer Records
Financial and Performance Analyaia
OCTOBER 11, 1995
Weekly New York Egg Market
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. .38-.40,48-59 LBS. - 47 '- 49 > 50 LBS
AND UP .49-.50; TUBS. 48-50 LBS. .46-.45, 50 LBS. AND UP .4S-.49.
OCTOBER 12, 1995
Price: were unchanged. The market tone
was moidy iteady. Demand was fair to
fairly good, best where featured. Supplies
of all sizes 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 77-79
LARGE 74-77 MEDIUM 64-67
North Atlantic Shell Eggs
Thursday, October 12, IMS
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT: THE MARK
ET TONE REMAINED STEADY.
DEMAND WAS FAIR TO GOOD,
MOSTLY MODERATE AND BEST
WHERE FEATURED. SUPPLIES WERE
ADEQUATE OR AVAILABLE. BREAK
ING STOCK SUPPLIES WERE ALSO
ADEQUATE. PRICES AT PHILADEL
PHIA WERE; EXTRA LARGE .75-.78V4 ,
LARGE .T3-.7654, MEDIUM .6S-.64.
Barry L. Garber
/ 1821 Maytown Road
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
Cleaning and Disinfecting
• Layers • Pullets • Breeders ‘Broilers
Now offering FREE ESTIMATES for all your
pressure washing needs. Wouldn’t it be nice to
know the cost before the work begins!
v' Opening November 1
Walter M. Dunlap & Sons Inc.
Announce A New
Marketing Service For
Pennsylvania Pork Producers.
Beginning November 1, 1995, Walter M. Dunlap &
Sons Inc. will be operating a Lancaster Stockvards
swine receiving station every Wednesday (except dftring
the week of Thanksgiving) so that swine producers
have a new swine marketing opportunity. Producers,
therefore, can market animals on Mondays through the
Marlin Becker, having serveefas White Oak Mills' hog
dispatcher and marketing agent for 12 years, will be
joining Walter M. Dunlap & Sons Inc. as manager of
their hog division effective October 16, 1995 to
oversee this new Lancaster Stockyards receiving sta
tion. A life-long Lancaster County resident, Marlin
has over 14 years of experience as a swine producer,
fieldman and marketing agent
Should you have any suggestions
regarding how to better service your need,
please contact Marlin at (717) 397-5136.
From Friday, Oct. 6-12
FRI. MON. TUBS.
.85 .85 .85
.81 .81 .81
.79 .79 .79
.69 .69 .69
.51 .51 .51
.67 .67 .67
.99 .99 .99
.97 .97 .97
.71 .71 .71
.34 .34 .33
Tracklot baying interest was mixed.
Offerings were usually adequate to handle
current buyer needs. Retail and distributive
movement was generally reported as fair at
best. The market ton: was mostly steady.
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) 165.00 BREAST -
WITH RIBS 77.00-78.00 BREAST - LINE
RUN 77.00 LEGS 50.00 LEG QUAR
TERS (BULK) 41.00-42.00 DRUM
STICKS 54.00-55.00 THIGHS
40.00- WINGS (WHOLE)
60.00- BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 10.00-12.00 LIVERS (5
POUND TUBS) 35.00-40.00 GIEARDS
(HEARTS) 50.00-55.00 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 11, IMS
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