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PARTS - PART I FEDERAL-STATE
Ttucklot buying activity wu limited.
Boneless >k inleu and bone in burnt were
in excess and supplies were difficult Ut
place. Leg item* wen- fully adequate to
ample, but the bulk of offerings were noted
aa clearing satisfactorily. Wings were fully
adequate to ample with machine cuts com
petitively priced in an effort to stimulate
Retail and distributive movement was
sluggish and buyers held receipts to bare
necessities. The market lone was weak on
breast items and wings, about the
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS, DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN
ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
MORE Milk - MORE Fat - MORE Profits
BREAST - B/S 195-200 BREAST -
WITH RIBS 97-90 BREAST - LINE RUN
97 LEGS 30-39 LEG QUARTERS
(BULK) 31-22 DRUMSTICKS 42-43
THIGHS 29-3 Q WINGS (WHOLE) 77-70
BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED)
12-14 LIVERS (S POUND TUBS) 4S-S0
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.
SEPTEMBER 25. 199 S
EASTERN REGION FROZEN EGGS,
SEPTEMBER 25, 1998. FEDERAL
Prices were higher for whole and whites.
Yolk price, ranges were generally
unchanged, tat the majority of trading
occurred higher in the ranges. Demand was
fair to instances fairly good, mostly mod-
Balanced Feeding Program
'•* )' c V *
Round the Clock
erne. Supplies remained adequate, Liquid
and frozen eggs processed (ingredients
included) under federal inspection in the
Eastern region for the week ending Sep
tember 19,1998 were 1% higher than last
week, and unchanged from the same week
lan year. Shell egg supplies were adequate
when plants used light sizes, and the under
tone was steady; liquid offerings were tight
to adequate with whites still in the tightest
WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
(CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25 CONT.)
RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
WHOLE 50-54 51-53 55-60 BLENDS
(/) TFEWR 65-85 WHITES 41-44 42-43
45-50 SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43%
SOLIDS) 70-74 72-73 75-80 SALTED
YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS) 66-70 67-68
(J) - WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
SWEETENER, GENERALLY 28-32%
Wednesday, September 30, 1998
Report supplied by Auction
GEESE; 1.50-2.00 Head.
GUINEAS: 3.5 a
HEAVY HENS: 2.00-4.50.
SCOVEY HENS: 4.00.
SCOVEY DRAKES; 10.00.
MIXED DUCKS; 100-4.50.
BARN PIGEONS: 1.25.
WHITE BIRDS: 2.00.
GUINEA PIGS: 3.50.
RABBITS: UNDER 4 LBS 1.75-2.50;
4-6 LBS 2.00-4.00; OVER 6 LBS
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 3, 19M-A5
E PA & NJ
SOUTHEAST HEAVY LIVE HEN
REPORT. SEPTEMBER 28, 1998.
Majority prices were slightly higher
when compared to a week earlier. Demand
wai generally fair. Proceiling achedulea
were mostly normal Undertone was steady
HEAVY TYPE HENS (7 POUNDS
AND UP) •
FINAL PRICE, CENTS PER LB.,
GENERALLY FOR SLAUGHTER THE
WEEK OF 28-SEP-98
RANGE MAJORITY WTD AVG
AT FARM BUYER LOADING 14.5-22
CBNTS/LB. 15.5-205 18.35
* WEIGHTS UNDER 7 LBS. SUBJECT