Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 12, 2000, Image 5
NE Chicken Parts 1&2 ATLANTA, GA. FEBRUARY 09, 2000 NORTHEAST BROILER/FRYER PARTS - PART I FEDERAL-STATE Tiucklot buying activity was usually disappointing. Offering* were at least adequate to ample with bone-in bieasts in the most available position. Discounting on most products continued. Retail dis tributive movement vns fair at best. The market tone continued weak on brent items and wings and was no belter than steady on the balance. PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE PACKED AND CO2 PACKED BROILER/FRYER PARTS. DELIV ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUANTITIES. ITEM CURRENT NEGOTIATED TRA DING* BREAST - B/S 130 TENDERLOINS 110-115 BREAST - WITH RIBS 51-52 BREAST - LINE RUN 51 LEGS 26-27 LEO QUARTERS (BULK) 17-18 DRUM STICKS 36-37 THIGHS 21-22 B/S THIGHS 70-71 WINGS (WHOLE) 50-51 BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED) AT "" Wednesday, Jan. 26 New Restaurant RESCUED Thursday, Feb. 17 Dr. Normand St. Pierre, PAS Wednesday, Feb. 23 Millington, DE Howard Johnson Thursday, Feb. 24 Quarryville, PA Hoffman Building AGENDA: 10:00 AM Milk & Donuts -12 Noon LUNCH - 2:30 PM Adjourn Associate Professor me: 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.” Ladies W( 10-12 LIVERS (5 FOUND TUBS) 30-35 GIZZARDS (HEARTS) 55-60 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. NORTHEAST BROILER/FRYER PARTS - PART H FEDERAL-STATE PRICES PAID PER POUND, ICE PACKED AND CO2 PACKED BROILER/FRYER PARTS. DELIV ERED TO FIRST RECEIVERS IN POOL TRUCKLOT AND TRUCKLOT QUAN TITIES. CURRENT NEGOTIATED WTD VOLUME ITEM TRADING* AVO** /LBS BREAST - B/S 130 132.82 342,480 TEN DERLOINS 110-115 119.96 57,760 BREAST - WITH RIBS 51-52 65.44 166,160 BREAST - LINE RUN 51 51.05 196,480 LEGS 26-27 33.30 127,520 LEO QUARTERS (BULK) 17-18 19.85 ■pENNFIELD DAIRY DAYS DAIRYING IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM AGENDA: 10:00 AM Milk & Donuts -12 Noon LUNCH - 2:30 PM f Improving the Bottom Line for the Family Dairy Farm Dr. Normand St. Pierre, Ohio State University % Increasing Income by Feeding for Milk Components Herd Replacements and Transition Cows Dr. Tim Snyder, Pennfield Dairy Nutritionist ATLANTA, GA. FEBRUARY 09, 2000 IFIBBRIU AIRY, 21>00 >R: D F New Holland, PA Yoder's Restaurant Understanding New Milk Pricing Proposals Dr. Ken Bailey, Penn State University Increasing Income by Feeding for Milk Components Herd Replacements and Transition Cows Dr. Tim Snyder, Pennfield Dairy Nutritionist 370.963 DRUMSTICKS 36-37 35.07 *0,960 THIGHS 21-22 29.42 54.760 B/S THIGHS 70-71 72.00 31,320 WINGS (WHOLE) 50-51 51.74 197,360 BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED) 10-12 12.07 33,000 LIVERS (5 POUND TUBS) 30-35 34.25 33,960 GIZZARDS (HEARTS) 55-60 59.15 50,640 INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY MET ROPOLITAN AREA. NORTHERN NEW JERSEY, MASSACHUSETTS. CON NECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA (NORTHEAST OF HARRISBURG). • TODAY’S NEGOTIATED SALES AS OF 11:30 A.M. *» WEIGHTED AVERAGE PRICE OF ALL GRADES AND BRANDS OF PRODUCT SHIPPED. OR TO BE SHIPPED AS OF 1:30 P.M. 09-FEB-2000. New York Eggs ATLANTA, GA. FEBRUARY 09, 2000 NEW YORK EGOS. FEBRUARY 09, 2000. FEDERAL-STATE Prices woe 3 cents higher for the larger sizes and 2 cents higher for mediums. The Nature's Own Power Drink Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, February 12, 2000-A5 market tone remained firm. Demand into all outlets was fairly good to good, belter where feature activity was present Sup plies were dose to tight for current needs. 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 79-81 LARGE 76-79 MEDIUM 69-72 Belleville Poultry Belleville, Pa. Report Supplied by Auction Wednesday, February 9,2000 GEESE: 2.00-3.00 EA. TURKEYS: NONE. GUINEAS: 5.50 EA. ROOSTERS: 2.00-4.50 EA. BANTAMS; 1.00-3.00 EA. HEAVY HENS: 1.50-3.00 EA. SILKIES: 1.75 EA. MUSCOVY HENS: 2.00 EA. MUSCOVY DRAKES: 3.50 EA. MIXED DUCKS: 2.00-4.00 EA. BARN PIGEONS: 1.50 EA. WHITE BIRDS; 2.00 EA. FANCY BIRDS; NONE. PEACOCKS: NONE. PHEASANTS: 4.00-6.50 EA. DOVES: NONE. QUAIL: NONE. GUINEA PIGS: 3.00-4.00 EA. RABBITS: UNDER 4 LBS. 1.00-4.00 EA., 4-6 LBS. 4.00-6.00 EA., OVER 6 LBS. 6.00-10.00 EA. FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE 717-242-2898.