Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, March 01, 2003, Image 14

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    Al4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 1,2003
Philadelphia Herbs was steady from 75 00-80.00; truck was East fluid Milk Milk from the parts of the Northeast has Wytheville Weekly
Philadelphia rcrminal 300 ,ow cr to 5.00 higher from And fream D Pv ipiv 1,6611 and is clearin 8 to Canadian cheese r„ff| p
Prices as of February 26,2003 80 00-87.00, Crude Corn Oil was 50 makers. This need for milk began to de-
Report Supplied By USD A P oints l,)wcr from 28 00-29 00 cents per V ,1 Vel ° P aft6r the r6C6nt WTO rul,ng a B ainst Richmond, Va.
MISC HERBS-ANISE. V. ctns CA 24s P™" d February 26,2003 Canada and its dairy product exporting Febrnary 26,2
12 00 -ARRUGULA: 4/5 buerts bchd FL MILLFEEDS. Northwest was 4.00 Report Supphcd by USDA programs. This milk moving north .s „ * tp " r ' Wvthcville
24s 7.00-8.00 ctns bchd FL 24s 8.00 TX higher to 6.00 lower from 64 00-68.00, ° f6 ' a « 11 ™’ d ° lldrs h6lp,ng at some f“d’
24s few 13 00 4lb ctns CA Baby type Buffalo 2.00 to 5.00 h.gher from P la " ,s R e P«rts md.cate that Canada's Feb. 25 - FEEDER head.
, d aq nn un * Northeast. 1.2180-1.3195 Delivered need or desire for U.S milk will be ongo- Prices per hundredweight, based on in
14 00-BASIL: erts bchd FLISs 12.00 ctns 68.00-75.00 per ton. Equivalent. Atlanta. 1.2180-1.3398 mostly mg weights
fe :™ 2 Ti kgCt " S To,6d( ; °, hl ° 1 - 2383 - 1 - 2 * BB ' The condensed sktm market is steady. STEERS; 25 head. Med./Lge. 1.
bchd IS 12s 11.00-13.00 -CELERIAC dehydrated was steady at p RICES 0 F CONDENSED SKIM, but some plants did have more than de- 200 300 lb 88-111000- 300-400 lb 104.00;
(CELERY ROOT); OFFERINGS IN- 179 00-180.00; meal steady from do „ars per lb. wet solids, F. 0.8. produc- sued. Demand was steady to slower. Re- ™| h 86-93(K) 5()0-600 lb 69-76.00;
SUFFICIENT TO QUOTE -CHIVES. 1 182.50-183.50. 15 percent pellets steady , ng p i ants: Northeast: Class 11, includes ports of some distressed loads clearing to «i/i. 7 nn , h 7450. 700-800 lb 70.00. Med./
kg ctns bchd IS 12s 18.00-CILANTRO: from 172.00-180.00 per ton; meal steady monthly formula prices; .9000-.9800; the Midwest were noted. , -1 ,<nn snn ik 88 no-500 600 lb 75 00
4/5 buerts bchd FL 30s 7.00-9.00 few from 175.50-183.50. Class 111 - spot prices - .7200-.8400. The fluid cream market is mixed, most- ' CTFP R S 25 head Med /
10.00 ctns approx 20 lbs TX 30s 14.00 DISTILLER’S DRIED GRAINS. Cen- SPOT SHIPMENTS OF GRADE A ly weak. Offerings are heavy and spot de- rv, Ih
ctns bchd MX 60s 12.00 TX 30s 9.00 tral Illinois steady to 4.00 higher from MILK: FLORIDA- This week: In 0, Out mand is lackluster. A few spot loads were 1 g6 ' 2 ' 2 ' 3B ’ 8 ’ ’ ..
-DILL ctns bchd TX 24s 900 erts bchd - 90.00-92.00; Chicago steady to 6.00 higher 38; last week: In 0, Out 16; last year. In 0, reported, but most deliveries were con- 50-67.00, 400- ' ’
FL 24s few 8.00-9 00 ctns approx 20 lb AZ from 92.00-97.00; Lawrenceburg, 11, 3.00 Out 33. SOUTHEAST STATES: This tractual. Excess volumes continue to 54-55.00; 600-700 lb 54-55. ,
24s 12.00 TX 24s 12.00-DRY ESCHAL- higher at 85.00. Kansas and Nebraska week: In 0, Out 0; last week: In 0, Out 0; move to local and Midwestern butter 55.00.
IOT: 10 lb sks NL 7.00-8.00 mostly 7.50 steady to 5.00 higher from 110.00-120.00 last year: In 0, Out 0 makers, but the actual number of loads HEIFERS: 44 head. Med./Lge.
-LEMON GRASS: 30 lb ctns FL 30 00 with continued tight supplies; Minneapo- The base price for Class 1 milk for shipped seem to be lighter than a few 1.200-300 lb 88-103.00; 300-400 lb
-MARJORAM; 1 kg ctns bchd IS 12s lis was steady ai 90.00 per ton. March 2003 is $9.81 per cwt., down $0.42 weeks a S°- Cream prices are often lower. 85-88.00; 400-500 lb 82.50-83.50; 500-600
13 00 -MINT: erts bchd FL 12s few 8.00 1 BREWER’S DRIED GRAINS: New- from February. A Class 1 differential spe- The multiples used to determine price are | b 65-75 00; 600-700 lb 65-70.50; 700-800
kg ctns bchd IS 12s 10.00-OREGANO: 1 ark, NJ was steady at 88.00; Williams- cific to each pricing point (county) is ,I,tle changed this week, but the CME ]b 65-68 00 Med./Lge. 2: 200-300 lb 95.00;
kg ctns bchd IS 12s 13 00 -ROSEMARY burg, VA was steady at 78.00 per ton atlded t 0 <he base price to determine the butter avcrage d ecreased nearly five lb 78.50-85.00; 400-500 lb
Ikg ctns bchd IS 12s 13.00-SAGE-1 kg applicable Class I price. The Class II cents - Ice cream production is back to 78 .8 2 00; 500-600 lb 72.50.
ctns bchd IS 12s 13.00 -TARRAGON- 1 Dairy Products skim milk P nce for Marc h is $6.74, down " omlal , levels aft6r bemg disrupted BULI s2 O head Med./Lge 1: 200-300
kg ctns bchd IS 12s 17 00 -THYME; Ikg PricCS Highlights SO, 16 from February. / ut " “ T g - ' b «> <KI; 300-400 lb 99-102.00; 400-500 lb
ctns bchd IS 12s 13.00 -WATERCRESS Washington, D. C. Yet again ’ weather 18 the ma J or s,or ? ul ar schedules With the current low 83-84 50, 500-600 lb 69-85.00; 600-700 lb
ctns bchd FL 12s 7.50 24s 11.50-12 00 February 2 ,. 2003 this week Ram, sleet, and snow are cov- for 55.58.q0.
mostly 12 00 Report Supplied By NASS/USDA ° f the c nl ‘ d ' B(>uttl mg, as best they can, inventories of fin-
DAIRY PRODUCTS PRICES HIGH- dnd M,ddle A,lantlc areas - Sch "°l and ,shed products. Chui ming activity remains
Corn Belt Feedstuff " GHTS busmess clos,„gs are common m the heavy at those plants that are producing.
uuill dch I ccusiuu ,r-a r» jr urban areas, but travel m outlying areas is -Z'SIMB*
St. Joseph, Mo. ' prices receive or hampered by ice and snow covered roads
February 25. 2003 p01,,1d Bl «*' d ' 6rdged $ ’ 16 p °!i nd Though not as bad as last week’s storms, StaUlitOU Weekly
Report Supplied By USD \ tor the week ending February 15 The p] dnt receipts and farm pick-ups were de- Feeder Cattle Shlg
s adm nr 1 t rrmcTi tr rr- 1* if price per pound increased 0 3 cents from r r 1 r ■
C GUN BFIT FFF-DSTUF F Feedstuff \ ' r (f , __ 4k laved in a large portion of the Last. Hot- Richmond, Va.
. ~ f . the previous week The price for US 500
prices were steadv to firm for the week as ' ' tied milk sales were good in most areas I ebruarv 24, 2003
supplies tightened in some places after l >oun drrc s a t 0 percent u here forecasts of snow did cause some Report Supplied By USDA
the holiday shutdowns Demand wasn’l averaged $1 07 per pound, down retdl , panlc buvlll g WEFKI Y AUCTION at Staunton,
all that actiye this week but export sales *" lCn r ' m PrC IOU ' eC Milk production is steady to slightly Peb FEFDFR CATTIF 380 head B|
HUTTFR prices received for 2S kilo- . . ' / J:. ...
showed some nnpiovcmcnl for soybeans ., 0 , . . ~C IX4 higher in the southern-most areas Flon- Prices per hundred-
F gram and 68 pound boxes meeting USDA . , . A . . 1 .
C old weather has returned to the Midwest ( , rddc AA s(andards tUera( , c . d $1 ()4 pcr da " "“‘P l * ls increasing slowly and ban- weight, based on m
with many areas rccc.vmg up to a toot or d f()r , he wctk endl Fcbrudr , 5 dld ha ' c mu ' e ™ lk ~ut “ f ROOf SYStCITIS/
more of snow This was a blessing in oyei- VhrllS „r„P nrr nn.mrl I 7 tor processing Some handlers in the Mid- FFF D F R IWWI jpiCUIW
ly dry areas where weather concerns aa m „ s previous week South wem busy wath the logistics of milk STEERS 300 head Painting* COBting
starting to atfcct the futures markets NONFAT MIK nn m l„r movement in the storm- affected areas Med./Lge 1-400-500 1 au,u,l 6 VUCIIUIS
SOV BF AN MFAI 48 percent rail was and tanker sa es Let ngUhDA arc r6 P l > rt6d ' hc lb 85-95 50. 500-600 All TVpeS InteriOf/Extenor Painting & Coating
200 higher from 180 50-181 SO 48 per- l H "T 1 ’"T T ,b BS - 93 ’ 35 ’ 6,, °- 700 SpCCial-zing in
- 1 1 Mia suauc 01 UJI n cjiauc n sianuaius poits ol a cheese plant shutting down two 18 70-80 65-700-800
cent truck was steady to 300 higher from aycraged 81 0 cents per pound toi the „r three days this week because of the de- ( b 70-80.75 • Spray Painting ‘Hand Painting
180 50-189 50 per ton week ending February Is The U S price prC ssed price and demand for cheese FFEDFR HFIF- • Water Blasting ‘Water PiOOfing
CORN BY-PRODUCTS Gluten Feed per pound decreased 0 1 cents from the pushed increased surplus milk volumes ER s go head • Deck Restoration & Coating
l ™;' 7 ' , oo r r r H l>,,,nts Wds , st r ,d , v pr nRY whfx .fr h P I supply,ng pldn,s ° ,h6r plants Med /Lge' 1- 400-500 . stone & Brick Restoration
from 62 00-72 00, Chicago was steady to DRY WHE\ prices received for bag, have little or no receipts on some days .u 70,7 c ■><:' sOO-600 DfDf f c r
100 higher from 62 00-73 00 60 percent tote and tanker sales meeting USDA and only moderate amounts on others. |h 72-75 7*s' *KOOt Restoration & Coating
Cilutcn Meal, Interior Points was steady Lxtra Grade standards averaged 164 Liquid Applied Roof Systems
to 100 higher (rom 230 00-235 00, Cluca- <-cnts per pound for the week ending Fch- | ™ I * Seamless -Cure-m-plaCe - Cold PrOCCSS
go steady trom 23500-24200 pci ton uia| > 13 The u s price per pound de- CONESTOGA VALLEY LIME No Flame - Renewable - Leak Prooi
Rail Hominy Feed. ( c-ntral Illinois Points ceased 0 1 cents from the previous week. . _ *No Need tO Tear Off Old Roof Systems
HI-MAG [[Agriculture Lime Spreading || HI-CAL * Coating to Cool Roof -
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