Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 27, 2003, Image 7

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    Virginia Eggs
Harrisonburg, Va.
December 23, 2003
Report Supplied By USDA
Prices were unchanged on all three sizes
today Supplies are moderate for plant needs
Prices to retailers, in small lots, LISDA Grade
A and Grade A, dozen cases, white eggs in car
ton. delivered store door, cents per dozen Large
119, Medium 96. Small 79
Trucklot prices to retailers, sales to volume
buvers, USDA Grade A and Grade A. dozen
cases, white eggs m carton, delivered store door
cents per dozen (.arge 101-111 mostly 111, Me
dium 79-90 mostly 90 Small 65-74 mostly 74
Westminster Hay
Westminster, Maryland
Report Supplied By Auction
1 uesday, December 22.2003
Hay—Straw—Gram
186 I OTS
ALFA! FA I 60-4 00 BA I E
Al FAI FA MIX 1 40-4 40 BAI F
TIMOTHY 1 10-400 BAI E 28(HI-WOO
lARGFROUND
TIMOTHY MIX I 30-4 00 BAI F
GRASS 50-3 70 BALE. 1000-WOO LARGE
ROUND
RYF GRASS 35 00 LARGE SQUARE
STRAW 1 00-3 30 BALF
GROUND C ORN FEED 4 75-6 SO BAL F
SHELLED CORN 4 SO BAG
Dewart Hay
Dewart, Pa.
Report Supplied B) Auction
Monday, December 22,2003
HAY 33 LOADS. 70 00-142 50
STRAW 4 LOTS. 72 50-127 00
WOOD 12 LOTS, 35 00-70 00
CORN 90 00
OATS, 2 15 BU
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Morrison’s Cove
Livestock Hay
Martmsburg, Pa.
Report Supplied By Auction
Monday, December 22.2003
Hay—Straw—Grain
ALFALFA 147 SO-162 50
GRASS, 95 00-132 50
TIMOTHY 95 00-125 00
MIXED HAY 75 00-115 (XI
ROUND BAI ES 40 00-77 50
I ARGF SQUARE BAI FS 132 50
WOOD 110 00-125 00
WOOD 20(H)-5 5 0(H)
HAY AUC HON MONDAYS AT 12 30 PM
CAI L KEN DOWNS, 814-793-3723
Middleburg Hay
Middleburg.Fa.
Report Supplied by Vuction
1 uesday, December 23,2003
HAY 64 I OTS 88 LOTS TOTAI
Al FAI FA SLOTS, 100 00-170 00
MIX! D HAY 37 LOIS, 12 00-195 00
TIMOTHY 6 LOTS, 115 00 157 50
ROUND BAILS 9 00-I8 00BALF
ORC HARDGRASS 60 00-122 00
STRAW 7 I OTS. 120 00-160 00. 3 10 BAI F
EAR CORN 6 1 OTS. 82 00-95 00
WHFAT 2 60BU
OATS 3 I OTS, 2 75-2 95 BU
FIRFWOOD 7 I OTS, 30 00-170 00
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New Holland
Hog Auction
NEW HOLLAND. PA
December 22,2003
Report Supplied By USDA
Receipt* 651 last Week 474 Year 679
Compared to last Monda>, barrows and gilts
mostly 1 00-2 00 lower on the bulk of the run
Percent Lean Weight Price 49-54 220-270 lbs
few 57 75-58 25, 45-50 220-270 lbs 54 00-57 00,
large groups 55 10-35 85, 270-500 lbs
*1 75-53 25. 40-45 270-500 lbs few 29 25-51 75.
500-400 lbs few 26 50-51 25 Sows Prices were
500 to 400 lower 400-500 lbs 24 00-28 50.
500-700 lbs 28 00 51 00
Boars Prices sold steady 200-500 lbs
20 00-26 00, junior boars, 500-700 lbs 15 00
Livestock Cooperative
Auction Market
Of North Jersey
Huckctlstown, NJ.
Report Supplied b\ Auction
Tuesday, December 23, 2003
Hay—Straw—Grain
49 I OTS TOT AI
AI FAI FA 5 10 AND 7 00 BALL
MIXFD HAY 17IOTS, 100-2 50 BAI F
FIMOIHY 8 I OTS. 1 75-5 80 BALF
(jRASS 15 LOTS, 1 30-3 10 BALF
MUI C H 6 LOTS, 1 00-2 20 BALE
SHELL ED CORN 490
GROUND CORN 4 90
ROUND BALES 15 00
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Weekly Summary of pi ices on a farm to farm per head basis FOB
is the price picked up at the sellci's farm DELIVERED is the pi ice
unloaded at the buyci's farm, including trucking and brokci's Ices
RFCEIPTS This Week 96.574, Last Week S 9
VOI UMF BY STAFF OR PROVINC \ Oh ORIGIN
Oklahoma 17 S f f Manitoba 14 60 lowa 1' (SO Minnesota 6 60
Missouri 6 V< Illinois 6 IO Nebiaska s SO Indiana 4 70
Ohio 4V, At Kansas 60 Saskatchewan 60 Onlano * s o
So Dakota 40 Kansas 070 Oeoigia I IO Michigan 210
No C aiolma 110 Texas 100 Albcitao 7O \\ isconsm oso Tennessee 040
VOLUME BY STAFF OF DESTINATION
lowa SI 60 Minnesota 16 60 liuliana6 90
So Dakota 4SO Kansas 20 Missoun
Wisconsin 0 SO Michigan I 00
TREND Compared to last week Fail\ weaned pigs and all leedei pigs
steady to I 00 higher Demand model ate tot model ate ottenngs
Rcecipts include loinuilatcd puces
Lot Size
Per Trade
EARLY WEANED FIGS 10 POUNDS BASIS: t slimaled 40-54 C Lean Value
250 head or less 920 26 00-7140 29 44 27 00-72 50 TO 81
250-750 7.402 20 00-7 I 88 29 SO 25 00-75 00 7166
750 oi moie 45 41 5 2150-72 62 T 0 06 25 00-75 00 7179
Total Composite 53.797 20.00-32.62 37.79 34.00-47.85 41.26
FEEDER PIGS 40 POUNDS BASIS: Estimated 40-54'<■ Lean Value
250 head or less 504 12 00-56 00 1181 14 00-19 00 16 72
250-750 6.060 1100-4100 15 14 15 00-41 00 18 88
750 oi more 18.150 16 00-41 25 18 70 40 00-47 85 42 17
Total Composite 25,094 31.00-43.35 37.79 34.00-47.85 41.26
FEEDER PIGS 45 POUNDS BASIS Estimated 40-546, Lean Value
250-750 145 17 50-40 00 18 70 19 00-4100 19 96
750 or more 8.781 27 90-50 14 17 14 50 00-52 44 19 04
Total Composite 9,125 27.90-50.34 37.19 30.00-52.44 39.07
FEEDER PIGS 50 POUNDS BASIS Estimated 40-54% Lean Value
250 head or less 248 42 50 42 50 44 00 44 00
250-750 600 19 00 19 00 4100 4100
750 or mote 2,100 19 00-49 00 44 22 4100-50 00 46 65
Total Composite 3,148 39.00-49.00 43.09 41.00-50.00 45.37
FEEDER PIGS 55 POUNDS BASIS: Estimated 40-54% Lean Value
250-750 260 15 00 15 00 18 00 18 00
750 or more 5,450 26 50-29 00 28 40 28 75-1125 10 65
Total Composite 5,710 26.50-35.00 28.70 28.75-38.00 30.98
Most lots ol 40-60 weight pigs have a sliding value from the negotiated
weight basis which is calculated on the actual average weight ol the load
plus oi minus 10- 40 per pound Some early weaned lots have a slide ol 50-
I 00 per pound Early weaned pigs arc under 19 days old Estimated lean
value is piojetlcd to use slaughtci wet ;hts with normal confinement (ceding
conditions Vaccination and health piogram values are not included hut
health status should he disclosed
What Do These Farms n
Have In Common
Using High Bros, and Purina
For Nutrition Needs
HIGH BROS.
441 Centerville Road Gordonville, PA
717-354-0301
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 27, 2003-A
National Direct Feeder Pig Report
Week Ending December 19, 2003
USDA Maiket News. Des Moines. lowa
Total Head Price Range Wtd Avg Price Range Wtd Avg
Per Category FOB Seller FOB Delvrd Buyer Delvrd
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