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OCTOBER 15, 1998
NEW YORK EGOS. OCTOBER 15.
Prices were two cents higher for extra
large and large, and four cents higher for
mediums. The market tone was firm.
Demand was light to good. Supplies were
tight to adequate.
PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES TO
VOLUME BUYERS. USOA GRADE A
AND GRADE A. WHITE EGGS IN CAR
TONS, DELIVERED STORE DOOR,
CENTS PER DOZEN. RANGE EXTRA
LARGE 79-81 LARGE 76-79 MEDIUM
Poultry & Egg
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, October 13, 1998
Report Supplied by Auction
HEAVY FOWL .3S-.75 LB.
LEGHORN FOWL .90-1.05 LB.
MIXED FOWL .40 La
ROASTERS .95-1.05 LB.
PULLETS 2.50-3.75 EA.
GEESE .15-.20 LB.
BANTAMS .20-.70 La, .40-3.00 EA.
ROOSTERS .50-1.50 LB., 1.75-4.25
BUNNIES 1.00-2.75 EA.
DUCKS 1.20-1.65 LB., 4.75 EA.
RABBITS .40-1.15 LB.
PIGEONS 2.50-4.25 EA.
GRADE A EGGS: WHITE JUMBO.
EX. LRGE. .85-1.01, LARGE .75-.80,
MED. .50. BROWN JUMBO. EX. LRGE.
1.03-1.35, LARGE .BS-.92, MED. .40.
(&P PARS, INC.
(positive Approach for Revitalizing Soils)
805 Milton Grove Road South • Elizabethtown PA 17022 9648
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Call our office for the salesman nearest you.
Dealer Inquiries Welcome
Wednesday, October 14, 1998
Report supplied by Auction
Geese: 2.00 ea.
Turkeys: 9.00-19.00 ea.
Guineas: 2.75-3.50 ea.
Roosters; 3.00-7.00 ea.
Bantams; .23-3.00 ea.
Heavy hens: 2.00-450 ea.
Muscovy bens: 3.00-5.00 ea.
Muscovy drakes: 10.00-11.00 ea.
Mixed ducks: 2.00-4.00 ea.
Bam pigeons: 1.25-150 eat
White birds: 2.00-3.00 ea.
Fancy birds: .23'ea.
Doves; 4.00 ea.
Guinea Pigs: 2.00-7.00 ea.
Rabbits: under 4 lbs. 1.00-2.00 ea., 4-6
lbs. 2.00-450 ea., over 6 lbs. 4.00-13.00 ea.
For more information phone
OCTOBER 14, 1998
NATIONAL EGO MARKET - AT A
Prices were unchanged to higher for
mediums and smalls east of the Rockies,
otherwise, prices were unchanged. The
market tone was steady to firm for
mediums and smalls and steady on the lar
ger sizes. Demand ranged from light to
good, mostly moderate, and was best
where featured. Supplies were generally
adequate to occasionally tight on mediums
and small, balance of heavier weights were
adequate to fully adequate. Breaking stock
supplies from regular sources were usually
adequate in all areas except parts of the
Southeast where heavy nest tun breaking
stock was short of full needs. Offerings of
light type hens were at least adequate.
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PARTS - PART I FEDERAL-STATE
Tiucklot buying activity continued of a
light and spotty nature. Offering* were
more than sufficient to easily cover the cur
rent unaggrcssive buyer interest Retail and
distributive movement was limited. How
ever, some dealers were optimistic as out
front interest was developing. The market
tone remained weak and unsettled.
PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE
PACKED AND CO2 PACKED
BROILER/FRYER PARTS, DELIV
ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN FOOL
TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT
ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED
BREAST - B/S (W & W/O TENDERS)
165 BREAST - WITH RIBS 82-83
BREAST - LINE RUN 82 LEGS 35-36
LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 18-19 DRUM
STICKS 41-42 THIGHS 29-30 WINGS
(WHOLE) 72-73 BACKS AND NECKS
(STRIPPED) 12-14 LIVERS (5 POUND
TUBS) 45-50 GIZZARDS (HEARTS)
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.
October 13, 1998
NEW ENGLAND WEEKLY SHELL
EGO REPORT. OCTOBER 13. 1998.
FEDERAL-STATE PRICES PAID PER
DOZEN GRADE A BROWN EGGS IN
CARTONS DELIVERED STORE DOOR.
RANGE: EXTRA LARGE, 109-119.
LARGE 103-112, MEDIUM 66-76,
Forney Longenecker 717-295-8914
First Vice President 800-441 -1997
Salomon Smith Barney
A Memberjpf -TravelenGrdupT
150 N. Queen Street, Suite 100
Lancaster, PA 17603
OCTOBER 15, 1996
St, Joseph, MO
Wed Oct 14, 1996
USDA-MO Dept Ag Market News
'daily national grain
Wheat and soybean bids turned lower
after yesterday’s tally, com bids showed
some strength. Wheat steady to 5 cents
lower. Com steady to 2 cents higher. Sorg
hum steady. Soybeans 5 to 8 cents lower.
Wheat bids were mostly lower, today,
prfessured by some profit taking on the
Boards. Uncertainty about the donation
program to Russia and the status of the
loan rates in the AO budget bill, weighed
on bids. Export demand has been slow this
week for wheat. Com bids were steady to
slightly higher as tains ate in the forecast
this week for the Com Bell areas. Temper
ing gains, however, is rapid harvest prog
ress with 43 percent of the crop reported to
be in bins. Fanner selling has slowed and
basis firmed. Good export sales earlier in
the week helped support com bids. Lower
soybean bids were due also to some profit
taking on the Boards. Weaker meal bids
also pressured bean bids as record high
crush rates have resulted in a surge in meal
supplies. Early week export sales have lim
U.S. Export Sales: Nothing new to
Date Change Year Ago Truck Bids:
10/14/98 10/13/98 10/15/97 Wheat: Kan
sas City (HRW, ORD) 3.04-3.07 dn 5-2
3.69- Minneapolis (DNS, I4pct) 3.65
1/2 dn 2 1/4 4.08 1/4 Portland (SW)
3.17-3.21 unch-up 3 3.98-4.03 St. Louis
(SRW) 2.23-2.24 dn 2 3.58-3.64
Corn, US 2 Yellow: Kansas City
1.98-2.01 unch 2.70 Minneapolis 1.89 up 1
2.65 Southern lowa 2.04-2.05 up 2-1
2.69- Omaha 1.85-1.88 unch-up 2
Soybeans, US 1 Yellow: Kansas City
5.36 dn 8 6.95 Minneapolis 5.17 1/4 dn 5
1/4 6.83 1/2 Southern lowa 5.30-5.31 dn
6-7 6.88-6.94 Cent IL Processors 5.39
1/4-5.52 1/4 dn 7 1/4 6.98 1/2-7.10 1/2
Futures: Kansas City (Dec) Wheat 3.23
1/2 dn 2 3/4 3.79 1/4 Minneapolis (Dec)
Wheat 3.60 1/2 dn 2 1/4 3.96 1/4 Chicago
(Dec) Wheat 2.94 dn 2 3.69 3/4 Chicago
(Dbc) Com 2.28 unch 2.90 Chicago (Nov)
Soybeans 5.56 1/4 dn 7 1/4 7.04 1/2
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Wednesday: 7:00 -11:00 A.M.
Friday: 6:30-10:00 A.M. <34gP>
Route 897 • 1 Mile North of Fivepointville, Denver, Pa
(717) 445-5776 • Fax (717) 445-6963
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Export Bi<w T&tg&ft nil. Port of New
Orleans or North TexasCulf. US I HRW
Wheat, Old. Protein: 3.361/2-3.43 l/2up 1
l/4-dn23/44.17 1/4 US 2 Soft Red Winter
Wheat: 2.97-2.99 dn 2 4.03 3/4-4.04 3/4
US 2 Yellow Com: 2.49-232 unch-up 2
3.14 1/2-3.15 US 2 Yellow Sorghum: Rail
4.07-4.16 unch 532 Barge 4.23-4.30 up
2-unch 5.32-538 US 1 Yellow Soybeans:
5.82 1/4-5.84 1/4 dn 6 1/4-5 1/4 737
Kirkwood Hay Auction
Tuesday, Oct, 13, 11 a, in.
Report Supplied By Auction
FIRST CUTTING MIXED:
SECOND CUTTING ALFALFA:
THIRD CUTTING ALFALFA:
FOURTH CUTTING ALFALFA;
WHEAT STRAW: 111.00-140.00.
RYE STRAW: 119.00.
OAT STRAW: 95.00.
SALE DAYS ARE TUBS. 11 A.M.
Report Supplied by Auction
Saturday, October 10, 1998
EAR CORN: 65.00.
CRASS HAY: 76.00.
MIXED HAY: 35.00-115.00.
WHEAT STRAW: 60.00-98.00.
STRAW: .95 BALE.
FIREWOOD: 47.50 LOAD.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLD EVERY
SAT. AT 9 A.M.