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A4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Octobar 21, 1995
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
Raport SappNad by USDA
PRICES PAID PER DOZEN GRADE “A” BROWN BOGS IN CARTONS
DELIVERED TO RETAIL STORES;
Everett R. Newswanger
Lou Ann Good, Staff
Andy Andrews, Staff
Vernon Achenbach Jr., Staff
Ephraim Office Phone
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Seven Valleys (717) 428-1865
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Randy Wells, Indiana
Marion Center (412)397-2529
Judith Patton, Union
Mitflinburg (717) 966-4770
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Belleville (717) 935-5675
Linda Williams. Bedford,
Huntingdon ft Juniata
Gay Brownlee, Someraet
David Hlebert, Westmoreland
Loretta Golden. Cambria
James Martin, Mercer
Sandy Lake (412) 376-2682
Beth Miller, Cumberland
Lois Szymanski, Maryland
Karen BuUer, Maryland
Joanne Monray, Maryland,
Adama Co. ft Franklin Co., Pa.
Taneytovvn, (410) 751-0451
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LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
1.11 .87 .S 7
1.04-1.08 .80-.54 .50-54
1.06- .82-.53 .52-53
1.07- .83.87 .53-57
1.07 .83 .53
OCTOBER 18, 1995
Movement of ready-to-cook whole bird*
was no better than fair, and was noted as
typical for both a Wednesday and the mid
part of the month. Offerings were available
and were generally slow to ety heavy. Less
than trucklot asking prices were unchanged
at 56 to 67 cents. Trade sentiment was
steady at best. In the parts complex Jxme
less skinless breasts were available for
prompt shipment but generally less avail
able for late week. Other items ranged
adequate to tight with thighs, leg quarters
and wings in the closest balance.
ESTIMATED SLAUGHTER OF
BROILER/FRYERS IN DELMARVA
(000) ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG.
WEIGHT ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
10/18 10/1610/1610/11 10/092.5022,418
4.89 2,336 4.85 *BRO!LER/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
48-68 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 57.15
NO. OF BOXES 11,661
E. PA & NJ
OCTOBER 16, 1995
Final majority prices were unchanged to
slightly lower compared to prior week. The
market tone was generally steady. Demand
was moderate for the mostly adequate
offerings. Schedules were fuU. Finished
sales remained fair to seasonally active.
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) * FINAL PRICE, CENTS PER
LB., GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER
THE WEEK OF 16-OCT-95 RANGE
MAJORITY WTD AVG AT FARM BUY
ER LOADING 10.5-12.5 CENTS/LB.
10.5-11 10.93 AT FARM PRODUCER
LOADING TOO FEW TO REPORT FOB
PLANT TOO FEW TO REPORT *
WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUBJECT TO
link control system to Layer Performance
Egg Supply Projection
Egg Marketing Accounting System
OCTOBER 19, 1995
Muscovy Ducks - Drskes .80 - .94 ea.
Muscovy Ducks - Hens .60 - .78 ea.
Pekin Ducks .28 - .40 ea.
Red Fowl 4-4.5 .30 - .48
Red Fowl 5-6 .38 - .62
Crossbred Fowl 5-9 .30 - .58
Crossbred Roosters 4-6 .40 - .72
Crossbred Roosters 7-11 .40 - .74
Guinea Fowl 1.25 - 1.45 ea
Banty Roosters 2.00 - 4.25 ea.
Banty Hens .50 - 2.25 ea
Leghorn Hens .02 - .08 ea.
Silkies 1.50 - 3.25 ea.
Geese 9-12 .20 - .42
Pigeons 1.00 - 1.75 ea.
White Pigeons 2.85 - 3.75 ea.
Rabbits 4-6 .70 - 1.08
Rabbits 7-11 .70 - 1.00 ea.
Guinea Pigs 1.00 - 3.25 ea.
Goats 30.00 - 58.00 ea.
Kid Goats 22.00 - 60.00 ea.
Bunnies 2.00 - 7.50 ea.
Doves 2.50 - 4.50 ea.
Chukars 3.50 - 3.85 ea.
Pullets 4-7 .40 - .58
Total Coops Sold 889
North Atlantic Shell Eggs
Thursday, October 19, 1995
Report Supplied by USDA
MARKET COMMENT: THE MARK
ET TONE WAS FIRM. DEMAND WAS
MIXED, RANGING FAIR TO GOOD,
DUE TO FEATURES AND UPCOMING
EXPORT SHIPMENTS. SUPPLIES
WERE GENERALLY IN BALANCE
AND CONTINUED TO BE HELD OR
OFFERED WITH CONFIDENCE.
BREAKING STOCK SUPPLIES WERE
ABOUT ADEQUATE, AND PRICES
WERE HIGHER UNDER A FIRM
TRADE SENTIMENT. PHILADELPHIA:
PRICES PAID TO RETAILERS, SALES
TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA GRADE
A AND GRADE A, WHITE EGGS IN
CARTONS. DELIVERED STORE
DOOR, CENTS PER DOZEN: EXTRA
LARGE .75-.85, LARGE .73-.83,
Prices were unchanged to higher in the
Northeast, and generally unchanged else
where. The market tone was fully steady to
firm. Demand was fair to good, best for
retail features, food service, and for
upcoming export shipments. Supplies were
generally adequate to instances tight, and
extra eggs were held or offered with confi
dence. Breaking stock supplies were barely
adequate to adequate for the moderate
demand, and prices continued to increase.
Live hen offerings were about adequate for
the no better than moderate demand.
pullet management program
Layer Performance Basic
layer recordkeeping program
layer management program
OCTOBER 18, 1995
Weekly New York Egg Market
BREAKING STOCKS: FRI. 42-44 LBS. .3S-.40,48-50LBS. .46-.45, 50 LBS.
AND UP .4S-.49; TUBS. 50 LBS. AND UP .48-JO; WED. 42-44 LBS. .39-.41,
48-50 LBS. .47-.49,50L85. AND UP .49- Jl; THURS. 42-44 LBS. .43-.45, 48-50
LBS. Jl-J3; 50 LBS. AND UP J3-.55.
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, October 17, 1995
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .25-.75.
MIXED FOWL .40-.85.
ROASTERS .55 .88.
BUNNIES EACH 1.75-3.75.
EGGS; WHITE EXTRA LARGE A
JUMBO .80-.86, LARGE .70-.75,
MEDIUM .56-.64, SMALL .21-.27.
BROWN EXTRA LARGE A JUMBO
.80-.86, LARGE .88-1.01, SMALL JB-.70,
Barry L. Garber <
(717) 367-3649 ,*
/ 1821 Maytovn Road
V -o, Elizabathtown, 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
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RO. BOX 52 • LITITZ, PA
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// \ of Leghorn, Medium,
I I Heav y F° w l-
Now using carts for
Ss the most efficient
Over 60 years of o/mou(ng
prompt payment _ ,
and dependable spent Jowl
Froa Fridaj, Oct 13*19
FRL MON. TUBS.
.33 .33 J 3
OCTOBER 17, 1995
Prices were unchanged. The market tone
was steady to instances fully steady as shell
egg markets strengthened.
Demand was mixed and mostly moderate
for both trucklot and less-lhan-trucklot vol
umes. Floor stocks of finished products
were adequate. Raw material supplies were
adequate, but shell egg offerings decreased
as demand into export channels increased.
Prices for breaking stock were unchanged
to instances higher under a fully steady
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TAINERS) TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25
CONT.) RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE 52-55 53-54 55-61 BLENDS (/)
TFEWR 65-80 WHITES 39-42 40-41
42-49 SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43%
SOLIDS) 63-67 63-65 68-75 SALTED
YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS) 60-63 60-61
64-69 00 - WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
SWEETENER. GENERALLY 28-32%
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