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A4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 4, 1998
N.E. Weekly Shell Egg Report
June 30, 1998
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
Epbrata Office Phone
Joyce Bupp, York Comity
Seven Valleys (717)428-1865
Carolyn Moyer, Bradford County
Tioga & Susquehanna
Roaring Branch (717) 324-2482
Randy Wells, Indiana
Marion Center (412)397-2529
Judith Patton. Union
Mifflmburg (717) 966-4770
Gail Strock, Mifflin
Huntingdon Sc Juniata
Belleville (717) 935-5675
Linda Williams, Bedford &
Gay Brownlee, Somerset
David Hiebert, Westmoreland
Marsha Chess, Mercer
Fredoma (412) 475-3937
Beth Miller, Cumberland
Virginia Wilt, Adams
Karen Butler, Maryland
$29.50 per year; $57.00- 2 years
$39.50 per year outside of;
PA, NJ, MD, DE, NY, OH, VA & WV
$77.00 - 2 Years
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June 30, 1998
FEDERAL-STATE Movement of
reidy-to-cook whole birds wss about mod
erate and was often noted as below pre
holiday expectations. Seller offerings were
generally adequate. Live supplies were
mostly moderate; weights varied, but were
mostly desirable to light. Processing sche
dules were moderately heavy. Less than
tiucklot asking prices were unchanged at 63
to 77 cents. Trade sentiment was at least
steady. In the parts complex, volumes and
items varied by plant, but supplies were
generally adequate for the light and selec
tive buying interest. ESTIMATED
SLAUGHTER OF BROILER/FRYBRS IN
ESTIMATED ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT
ACTUAL AVG. WEIGHT 06/30 06/26
06/26 06/23 06/19
2,466 3,658 4.64 2,503 4.93
•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 US. GRADE A RANGE
60-88 WEIGHTED AVERAGE 66.15 NO.
OF BOXES 8,940
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Tuesday, June 30, 1998
Report supplied by USDA
Muscovy duck drakes 2.00-2.12, hens,
Peking ducks .60- .84.
Red fowl 4-4J4 .40-.54,5-6 lbs. .60-.74.
Crossbred fowl 5-9 lbs. .50.76.
Crossbred roosten 4-6 lbs. .40-1.10,
7-11 lbs. .50-.94.
Guinea fowl .601.35.
Banty roosters 4.50-9.00 ea., hens
Leghorn hens, not enough.
Leghorn Roosters, not enough.
Silkies 2503.00 ea.
Geese 9-14 lbs., not enough.
Pigeons 2002.75 ea.
White pigeons 4.35-5.00 ea.
Rabbits 4-6 lbs. .40.92, 7-11 Ibe.
Bunnies .502.50 ea.
Guinea pigs 1.505.00 ea.
Gotus 30.007250 ea.
Kid goats 18.003200 ea.
Chukars, not enough.
Total coops 704.
National Egg Market
At A Glance
June 30, 1998
Pricei were unchanged to lower for large
in the Southern, and unchanged on the
balance. Hie market tone was barely
steady. Demand covered the fiill range and
war mostly moderate to good. Jumbos were
tight to adequate, extra-large continued
occasionally tight to mostly adequate, and
the balance of sizes was at least adequate.
Breaking stock offerings were adequate to
fully adequate for the light demand, and
prices were unchanged to lower. Offerings
of spent hens were hilly adequate for
reduced holiday schedules.
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Weekly New York Egg Market
Prices Supplied by Urner-Barry
BREAKING STOCKS: MON. 42-44 LBS. T6-.28, 48-50 LBS. .30.38, 50
LBS. AND UP .38-.40; WED. 42-44 LBS. .24-76.
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, June 30, 1996
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .401.10 LB.
LEGHORN FOWL: 1.25 LB.
BROILERS .15-.90 LB.
PULLETS 4.25-4.75 EACH.
GEESE .15 LB.
BANTAMS .40 LB., 1.25-4.50 EACH.
ROOSTERS .301.00 LB., .503.00 EA.
BUNNIES 2003.25 BA.
DUCKS .401.70L8., 1.003.25 EACH.
RABBITS 70.90 LB., 1.001.50 EA.
PIGEONS .75-3.75 EA.
GUINEAS .75-270 EA.
GRADE A EGGS: WHITE JUMBO .85.
EX. LRGE. .80-.86, LARGE .47-.70,
MEDIUM .30-.52. PULLETS .30.
BROWN JUMBO .7S-.84, LARGE AND
EX. LRGE. .65-.BJ, LARGE .50-.74,
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Live Hen Report
June 29, 1998
Majority price* trended lower when com
pared to a week earlier. Demand wai fair
for fully adequate offering*. Preceding
tcheduler were generally reduced became
of the holiday. Undertone wa* barely iteady
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS AND
FINAL PRICE, CENTS PER LB., GEN
ERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER THE
WEEK OF 29-JUN-98
RANGE MAJORITY WTD AVG
AT FARM BUYER LOADING 14.5-23.25
CENTS/LB. 15-21 17.91 AT FARM PRO
DUCER LOADING TOO FEW TO
REPORT FOB PLANT TOO FEW TO
* WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUBJECT