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35-36 LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 26-27
Northeast Broiler drumsticks 25-26 thighs 27-28 b
Frver Paris THIGHS 77-78 WINGS (WHOLE) 70- WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES
p 71 BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED) (CENTS PER POUND IN 30 LB. CON
-10-12 LIVERS (5 POUND TUBS) 35-40 TAINERS)
ATLANTA, GA. GIZZARDS (HEARTS) 55-60 TRUCKLOTS LTL (MIN. 25 CONT.)
October 19,2000 INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY RANGE MOSTLY RANGE
Report Supplied ByUSDA METROPOLITAN AREA, NORTH- WHOLE 48-51 50-51 53-56 BLENDS
Trucklot buying activity remained ERN NEW JERSEY, MASSACHU- ( TFEWR 63-80 WHITES 35-39 37-39
light and unaggressivc as most dealers SETTS, CONNECTICUT, RHODE 43-54 SUGARED YOLKS (MIN 43%
attempted to keep inventories balanced ISLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA SOLIDS) 63-69 64-67 64-68 SALTED
with the limited demand. Offerings of (NORTHEAST OF HARRISBURG). YOLKS (MIN 43% SOLIDS) 60-65 62-
boneless-skiniess breasts remained 6462-67
ample and discounted. Bone-in breasts (. WHOLE PLUS YOLK PLUS
were generally adequate to available. Eastern Region SWEETENER, GENERALLY 28-32%
Dark meat items were more than suffi- Frozen EggS EGG SOLIDS,
cient and leg quarters were usually avail- ATLANTA GA
able. Wings continued to see active G , ~ 2 noo
interest ranging no.more than adequate Report Suppli’ed By USDA Northeast Broiler
na. 3 I meS ’ I M ° V “ into retail Mostly prices were unchanged on salt Fryer Parts
than fa!/ 1 U C n ° * >Ctter yolk, unchanged to one cent higher on Part II
_. ’ sugar yolks, higher on whole, and un- ATLANTA, GA.
The market tone was fully steady on changed
to one cent lower on whites October 18,2000
wings, are y steady to weak on w hen compared to a week earlier. The Report Supplied By USDA
boneless-skinless breasts, and about market tone was f uUy steady on yolks, ICE PACKED BROILER RYER
steady on the balance. stea dy on whole, and unsettled on PARTS, DELIVERED TO FIRST
dadtc BROILER RYHR whites. Demand was light with best in- RECEIVERS IN POOL TRUCKLOT
D c a ™“ > TO nRST terest centered on yolks. However, over- AND TRUCKLOT QUANTITIES,
AND TRUCK^n^niTrNT™ T all movement on products were usually CENTS PER POUND CURRENT
rcwTc QUANTITIES, good from prev ious orders. Supplies NEGOTIATED WTD VOLUME ITEM
RER CUR- were adequate for current needs. Liquid TRADINGAVG
rrfa«!t N nic t| E ° TRADING and frozen eggs (ingredients included) BS BREAST-B 125-130131.06629,530
Vo/.JwLJ- 20 ' 125 TENDER ' processed under federal inspection in the TENDERLOINS 185-190 215.16
BR f AST ' WITHRIBS Eastern region for the week ending Oc- 137,800 BREAST - WITH RIBS 64-65
64-65 BREAST - LINE RUN 64 LEGS tober 07> 2000 were 4% less than last 72.32 337,240 BREAST - LINE RUN 64
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 21, 2QOO-AS
67.91 198,000 LEGS 35-36 39.16 309,040
LEG QUARTERS (BULK) 27-28 28.41
613,578 DRUMSTICKS 25-26 35.26
216,220 THIGHS 27-28 32.29 200,730
B/S THIGHS 77-78 81.84 59,840
WINGS (WHOLE) 70-71 78.36 420,080
BACKS AND NECKS (STRIPPED) 10-
12 11.97 116,640 LIVERS (5 POUND
TUBS) 35-40 38.60 98,080 GIZZARDS
(HEARTS) 55-60 55.54 124,340
INCLUDES NEW YORK CITY
METROPOLITAN AREA, NORTH
ERN NEW JERSEY, MASSACHU
SETTS, CONNECTICUT, RHODE
ISLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA
(NORTHEAST OF HARRISBURG).
New York Eggs
Report Supplied By USDA
Prices were unchanged. The market
tone was steady. Demand was light to
moderate, best where featured. Supplies
were adequate for current needs.
PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES
TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA
GRADE A AND GRADE A, WHITE
EGGS IN CARTONS, DELIVERED
STORE DOOR, CENTS PER DOZEN.
RANGE EXTRA LARGE 74-76
LARGE 71-74 MEDIUM 64-67.
FALL FEEDER CATTLE SALE
Friday, Oct. 27, 7:30 PM
All Consignments Must Arrive By 7 PM
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Poultry & Rabbit
Report Supplied by Auction
Monday, Oct. 16,2000
BANTY ROOSTERS 1.00-3.00.
HEAVY HENS .50-1.75.
BANTY HENS 1.00-3.00.
MUSCOVY HENS 3.50.
MUSCOVY DRAKES 4.00.
AUCTION EVERY MON n. >» " ■ '
MIXED HAY: IST CUTTING 80.00-
130.00. 2ND 70.00-103.00.
ALFALFA: IST CUTTING 90.00-
119.00, 2ND 85.00-109.00, 3RD 110.00-
WHEAT STRAW; 106.00-148.00.
RYE STRAW: 114.00-121.00.
SALE DAYS TUBS. 10 A.M
No report issued this week due to no
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Flea Market 7:00 AM to ??
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Report Supplied By Auction
Tuesday, October 17,2000
Report Supplied By USDA