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    A6-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, January 6, 2001
Pa. Grain
January 2,2001
Report Supplied By PDA
COMPARED WITH LAST TUES
DAY’S MARKET FOR EASTERN
AND CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
CORN MOSTLY .05 TO .10 HIGHER,
WHEAT .05 TO .10 HIGHER,
BARLEY AND OATS STEADY TO .05
HIGHER, SOYBEANS STEADY TO
MOSTLY .10 LOWER, EAR CORN
STEADY TO STRONG. PRICES PAID
DELIVERED TO DEALERS DOCK,
ALL PRICES PER BUSHEL, EXCEPT
EAR CORN PER TON.
SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.20-2.45,
AVERAGE 2.31, CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 2.61-2.67; WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 2 45-2.78, AVERAGE 2.62,
CONTRACT FOR HARVEST 2.75-
2.89, BARLEY NO 3 RANGE 1.60-
1.70, AVERAGE 1.69, CONTRACT
FOR HARVEST 1.30; OATS NO. 2
RANGE 1.30-1.65, AVERAGE 1.46,
SOYBEANS RANGE 4.65-5.05; AVER
AGE 4.75, CONTRACT FOR HAR
VEST 4.87-4.95; FEW REPORTED GR.
SORGHUM RANGE 2.22, AVERAGE
2.22, CONTRACT FOR HARVEST
2.22; EAR CORN RANGE 54.00-67.00,
AVERAGE 61.85.
SOUTHCENTRAL
PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.10-2.20,
AVERAGE 2.11; WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 2.15-2.50, AVERAGE 2.26;
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 1.30-1.60, AV
ERAGE 1.40; OATS NO. 2 RANGE
1 15-1 35, AVERAGE 1.19, SOYBEANS
NO. 1 RANGE 4 35-4.95, AVERAGE
4 61, EAR CORN RANGE 50.00-60.00,
AVERAGE 56 28.
EASTERN AND CENTRAL
PENNSYLVANIA SUMMARY
CORN NO 2-Y RANGE 1.10-2 40,
AVERAGE 2 20; WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 2 40-2.78, AVERAGE 2.44,
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 1.30-1.70, AV
ERAGE 1.50, OATS NO 2 RANGE
1.30-1 60, AVERAGE 1 34; SOYBEANS
NO. 1 4.35-4.90, AVERAGE 4.61; EAR
CORN RANGE 54.00-67.00, AVER
AGE 60.31.
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO 2 RANGE 1 80-2.22, AV-
Diffenbach
Auction Inc.
100 West Jackson Street • New Holland, Pennsylvania 17557
Office: (717) 355-7253 • FAX: (717) 355-9547
HAY & GRAIN SALE EVERY MONDAY - 10:00 A.M.
FRI JAN 12 TRACTORS, FARM EQ & SUPPLIES
TUES JAN 23 QUILT CRAFT & BUGGY
WED JAN 24 QUILT & CRAFT
WED FEB 7
EQUIPPED FOR AN AUCTION ATYOUR PLACE OR OURS
ALAN DIFFENBACH AUCT.-AU2258-L
SITE EXCAVATION
Installation of H.D.P.E. Liner Systems for:
ERAGE 2.04; WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE
2.25-2.31, AVERAGE 2.28; BARLEY
NO. 3 RANGE 1.43, AVERAGE 1.43;
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.25-1.40, AVER
AGE 1.31; SOYBEANS NO. 1 RANGE
4.59, AVERAGE 4.59; EAR CORN
RANGE 50.00-70.00, AVERAGE 60.00.
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.00-2.30,
FEW REPORTED 2.40, AVERAGE
2,11; WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE 2.00-2.44,
AVERAGE 2.14; BARLEY NO. 3
RANGE 1.35-1.70, AVERAGE 1.50;
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.30-1.50, AVER
AGE 1.39; SOYBEANS RANGE 4.25-
4.61, AVERAGE 4.42; EAR CORN
RANGE 60.00-70.00, AVERAGE 65.00
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.20-2.35,
AVERAGE 2.25; WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 2.50-2.70, AVERAGE 2.61;
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 1.33-1.40; AV
ERAGE 1.36; OATS NO. 2 RANGE
1.30-1.66, AVERAGE 1.43; SOYBEANS
NO. 1 RANGE 4.45-4.60, AVERAGE
4.53; PER HUNDREDWEIGHT, FEW
REPORTED GR. SORGHUM RANGE
2.15-2.45, AVERAGE 2.30; EAR CORN
RANGE 60.00-64.00, AVERAGE 62.00.
CORN NO. 2-Y 1.97; WHEAT NO. 2
2.24; BARLEY NO. 3 1.36; OATS NO. 2
1.33; SOYBEANS NO. 1 4,47; EAR
CORN 55.70.
CORN NO. 2-Y 2.41; WHEAT NO. 2
2.39; BARLEY NO. 3 1.60, OATS NO. 2
1.52; SOYBEANS NO. 1 4.39; EAR
CORN 75.95.
CORN 2.09-2.14; WHEAT 2.30-2.43,
OATS 1.25-1.50; SOYBEAN MEAL.
BULK 44% 192.00-200 00; BULK 48%
202 00-209 00
Greencastle Livestock
Hay
Grccncastlc, Pa.
Report Supplied By Auction
Dec. 28,2000
TOTAL LOTS: 27.26 LOTS OF HAY
MIXED HAY; 22.50-77.50.
WINROSS, HESS, FARM TRAC &TOYS
LEHIGH VALLEY AREA
MONTH AGO
YEARAGO
NORTH CENTRAL OHIO
(Prices FOB Truck)
Wolgemuth Hay
Leola, Pa.
Report Supplied By Auction
Wednesday, Jan. 3,2000
Hay—Straw—Grain
93 LOTS TOTAL.
ALFALFA: 35.00-155.00.
MIXED HAY: 10.00-135.00.
TIMOTHY: 45.00-135.00.
GRASS: 50.00-125.00.
STRAW; 80.00-100.00.
OATS: 2.25 BU.
FIREWOOD: 42.00,62.00,115.00.
STUBBLE: 40.00.
Morrison’s Cove
Livestock Hay
Martinsburg, Pa.
Report Supplied By Auction
Monday, Jan. 1,2001
Hay—Straw—Grain
ALFALFA: 127.50-147.50.
ALFALFA AND GRASS: 102.50-
122.50.
MIXED HAY: 82.50-127.50.
STRAW: 50.00-82.50.
WOOD: 20.00-31.00.
AUCTION EVERY MON., 12:30
P.M.
Some markets
not available be
cause of the holiday.
9.00 AM
900 AM
900 AM
6 30 PM
SLAUGHTER HOGS
EARLY BIRD HOG SALE
7:30 A.M.
>r Sell Your Hogs At New Holland Sales Stables Inc
See them weighed sold and pickup your check
10:00 A.M. U
w/M HORSES
'I V MULES
9:00 A.M.
SHEEP, GOATS &
CALVES 9 1 1
1:30 P.M.
BEEF SALE
We have the usual run of 50 to 100 Heifers, all ages
Loads of fresh cows and springers from our regular shippers
Also some local fresh cows and springers
*NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES
THE ACTION AUCTION
Livestock Is Our Only Business
MONDAY J
HEIFER SALE
COW SALE 12:00 NOON
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES. INC.
12 Miles East of Lancaster Off Route 23, New Holland, Penna.
Ftoiri Representatives For Beef and
Norman & David Kolb-717-397-5538
Sale Barn Office Manager
Michael J. McDermott - 717-354-4341
FAX #717-355-0706
Order Buyer:
Paul Good - 215-445-6662
Westminster Livestock
Hagerstown, Maryland
Report Supplied by Auction
Tuesday, January 2,2001
SLAUGHTER COWS: 97 HEAD,
STEADY TO 1.00 LOWER. UTILITY
39.00-44.50, HIGH DRESSING 45.00-
47.75, CANNERS 35.00-40.00, SHELLY
35.00 DOWN.
BULLS: 5 HEAD. YG#l 1546 LBS.
AT 55.00; YG#2 1100-1900 LBS. 47.00-
53.00.
FED STEERS: 35 HEAD, STRONG
DEMAND. HIGH CHOICE TO PRIME
1200-1550 LBS. 78.00-80.25,1 AT 81.75;
1550-1675 LBS. 74.00-78.00, CHOICE
#2-3 1100-1450 LBS. 73.50-78,25,
SELECT TO LOW CHOICE 66.00-
72.00, HIGH CHOICE TO PRIME
HOLSTEINS 1100-1500 LBS. 68.00-
69.75; CHOICE 2-3 65.00-68.00.
FED HEIFERS: 14 HEAD. CHOICE
1100-1550 LBS. 74.00-77.00, 1 HIGH
DRESSING 1244 LBS. AT 82.75, LOW
CHOICE 1000-1200 LBS. 71.00-74.00, 1
CHOICE HOLSTEIN 1510 LBS. AT
52.25, LOW CHOICE 1400-1725 LBS.
44.00-48.00.
CALVES: 150 HEAD, GOOD
SLAUGHTER. 80-120 LBS. 55.00-
70.00; HOLSTEIN BULLS RETURN
ING TO FARM, STEADY PRICES. #1
90-120 LBS. 120.00-138.00, 80-90 LBS.
92.00- #2 90-120 LBS. 90.00-
122.00; HOLSTEIN HEIFERS #1 80-
100 LBS. 200.00-240.00; #2 70-90 LBS.
110.00-
BUTCHER HOGS: 17 HEAD, 2.00
WEDNESDAY j
i:3Q A M.
3S?
LOWER. #1 AND 2 220-260 LBS. 40.00-
43.25, #1 AND 3 300-400 LBS. 35.00-
39.25,400-450 LBS. 33.00-35.25.
SOWS: 5 HEAD, 300-400 LBS. TO
34.00; 500-700 LBS. 36.00-38.00.
BOARS: 2 HEAD. 350-600 LBS. TO
14.25.
STOCK CATTLE: 113 HEAD,
PRICES HIGHER ON GOOD SELEC
TION. STEERS MED. AND LARGE
FRAME 300-500 LBS. 88.00-101.00,
500-700 LBS. 82.00-93.00, FEW 75.00-
80.00, 800-950 LBS. 60.00-72.50, 800-
950 LBS. 60.00-72.50, 5 HOLSTEINS
850 LBS. AT 58.00.
HEIFERS: MED. AND LRGE.
FRAME 300-500 LBS. 80.00-99.00, 500-
700 LBS. 73.00-86.00, 700-800 LBS.
66.00-70.00.
BULLS: MED. AND LARGE
FRAME 200-400 LBS. 85.00-101.00,
400-600 LBS. 80.00-89.00, 600-700 LBS.
TO 78.00.
SHEEP; FEW OFFERED 46.00-
54.00, SOME 60.00-74.00.
LAMBS: 53 HEAD. HIGH CHOICE
100-120 LBS. 80.00-92.00, 80-100 LBS.
88.00-99.00, 130-170 LBS. 58.00-62.00,
30-50 LBS. 102.00-112.00.
GOATS: 59 HEAD. LARGE BILLIES
AND WHETHERS 77.00-112.00, FEW
TO 145.00; MED. BILLIES AND
WHETHERS 45.00-86.00; LARGE
NANNIES 80.00-107.00, MED. NAN
NIES 40.00-75.00.
PIGS AND SHOATS: 64 HEAD. BY
THE HEAD, 20-30 LBS. 22.00-30.00;
BY THE LB. 30-40 LBS. 86.00-94.00, 50-
65 LBS. 84.00-93.00.
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IS/1 A R K E T
LEESPORT, BERKS COUNTY, PA 19533 (610) 926-1307
LIVESTOCK AUCTI
EVERY WEDNESDAY - 1:00 P.M.
Farmers Market 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Flea Market 7:00 AM to ??
THURSDAY J
BEEF AUCTION 10:00 A.M.
bulls, steers,
fIHpBV BEEF COWS
1:00 P.M.
STOCKERS & FEEDERS
ffl.
lf 10:00 A.M.
C J GOATS, SHEEP ■■
ICTfI CALVES JO
1:30 P.M.
FEEDER PIG SALE
Pigs are accepted after 6 30 A M State graded from 8 to 12
Dairy Barn and Feeder Pig Barn are cleaned and disinfected
weekly for your protection
LukeEberly - 610-267-6608,717-738-1865
Homer Eberly - 610-267-3047
Nevin Martin - 717-354-7186
Ron Ranch - 717-656-9849
»ih Representatives For finale sheen & Calv
Ken Smoker - 610-593-2123 H
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