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North Atlantic Eggs Atlanta, Georgia Report Supplied by USDA Thursday, February 3,2000 IN PHILADELPHIA, PRICES WERE UNCHANGED TO 7 CENTS HIGHER ON ALL SIZES. IN BOSTON, PRICES WERE UN CHANGED TO 2 CENTS HIGHER ON EXTRA LARGE, UNCHANGED TO 4 CENTS HIGHER ON LARGE, AND UNCHANGED TO 3 CENTS HIGHER ON MEDIUMS. IN NEW ENGLAND, PRICES WERE 4 CENTS HIGHER ON EXTRA LARGE AND MEDIUMS, 5 CENTS HIGHER ON LARGE, AND UNCHANGED ON JUMBOS AND SMALLS. THE MARKET TONE WAS VERY FIRM. DEMAND WAS FAIR TO GOOD, BEST WHERE RETAIL ITEMS PROVIDED ADDITIONAL IN Wednesday, Jan. 26 New Restaurant RE Thursday, Feb. 17 Dr. Normand St. Pierre, PAS Tuesday, Feb. 8 Wednesday, Feb. 9 Wednesday, Feb. 23 Thursday, Feb. 24 Associate Professor Welcome: The information presented at these meetings will be directed towards the FAMILY DAIRY FARM and its future. Since many wives play a key role in the Family Farm Operation, we would strongly urge both husband and wife to attend as the information presented will be for the “Management Team.” Ladi TEREST. SUPPLIES WERE WITH CONFIDENCE AND RANGED FROM CLOSE TO TIGHT ON ALL SIZES. BREAKING STOCK DEMAND WAS IRREGULAR FOR LIMITED TO ADEQUATE OFFER INGS. SPENT HEN AVAILABILITY WAS ADEQUATE. PHILADELPHIA: PRICES TO RE TAILERS, SALES TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA GRADE A AND GRADE A, WHITE EGGS IN CAR TONS, DELIVERED TO STORE DOOR, CENTS PER DOZEN. EXTRA LARGE .55-.70, LARGE .53- .68, MEDIUM .47-61. BOSTON; EXTRA LARGE .95-1.01, LARGE .85-93, MEDIUM .59-66. NEW ENGLAND: JUMBO 1.12-1.15, EXTRA LARGE .84-87, LARGE .77- .80, MEDIUM .49-52, SMALL .16-19. PENNFIELD dairy days mim DAIRYING IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM CHEDULED FOR: AGENDA: 10:00 AM Milk & Donuts -12 Noon LUNCH - 2:30 PM % Improving the Bottom Line for the Family Dairy Farm Dr. Normand St. Pierre, Ohio State University lncreasing Income by Feeding for Milk Components % Herd Replacements and Transition Cows Dr. Tim Snyder, Pennfield Dairy Nutritionist Intercourse, PA Plain-N-Fancy Restaurant Greencastle, PA Kauffman Center Millington, DE Howard Johnson Quarryville, PA Hoffman Building 10:00 AM Milk & Donuts - 12 Moon LUNCH - 2:30 PM Adjourn AGENDA: wmmsMk nr, mm New Holland, PA Yoder's Restaurant % Understanding New Milk Pricing Proposals Dr. Ken Bailey, Penn State University lncreasing Income by Feeding for Milk Components % Herd Replacements and Transition Cows Dr Tim Snyder, Pennfield Dairy Nutritionist Morrison’s Cove Poultry & Rabbit Martinsburg, Pa. Report Supplied by Auction Monday, January 31,2000 ROOSTERS 3.00-6.00. HEAVY HENS 1.00-1.75. BANTAMS 1.00-3.00. MUSCOVY HENS 3.00. MUSCOVY DRAKES 4.25. BUNNIES 1.00-3.00. RABBITS 5.00-11.00. AUCTION EVERY MON., 7:30 P.M, National Egg Market ATLANTA, GA FEBRUARY 2, 2000 NATIONAL EGO MARKET - AT A GLANCE Prices were occasionally unchanged to sharply higher throughout the country. The market tone was mostly firm. Retail Nature's Own Power Drink Lancaster Faming, Saturday, February 5, 2000-AS demand ranged fair to good at times, and was best for the scattered feature activity. Anticipated movement through export channels remained the focus of most dealer interest. Supplies of all sizes continued adequate to closely balanced. Breaking stock supplies were about adequate from regular sources, and demand for additional product was generally no better than mod erate. Light type fowl were fully sufficient for current slaughter requirements. New York Egg Market ATLANTA, GA. FEBRUARY 02, 2000 NEW YORK EGGS, FEBRUARY 02, 2000. FEDERAL-STATE Prices were 4 cents higher for the hea vier weight eggs and 3 cents higher for mediums. The market tone was firm. Demand was fait to good, best where items were featured. Large 18-pack eggs were advertised at 99 cents, limit two. Supplies of all sizes wen adequate to closely balanced. 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 63-65 LARGE 60-63 MEDIUM 54-37 Lebanon Produce Hay Auction Report Supplied by Auction Tuesday, February 1,2000 Hay—Straw—Grain ALFALFA: 150.00-167.00, 45.00 LARGE SQUARE BALE. GRASS MIX: 130.00-150.00. STRAW: 70.00-80.00. EAR CORN: 105.00. HAY, STRAW AND GRAIN SALE TUES. 10 A.M.