BC-USDA-Midwest Regional Eggs

3/31/2015 8:15 AM
By Associated Press

NW—PY018
Des Moines, IA Tue. Mar 31, 2015 USDA Market News
SHELL EGGS: Daily Midwest Regional Eggs
Producer prices are 7 cents lower for all sizes. Midwest delivered prices
are unchanged. The undertone is sharply lower. Demand continues light to
moderate on moderate offerings and supplies. Market activity is slow to
moderate. Monday's shell egg inventory declined 11.4% in the Midwest.
Breaking stock prices are lower. Trade sentiment is sharply lower. Demand
is light to occasionally moderate on moderate offerings. Supplies are light
to moderate. Market activity is slow.
PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA GRADE A AND GRADE A,
WHITE EGGS IN CARTONS, CENTS PER DOZEN.
PRICES DELIVERED TO WAREHOUSE:
RANGE MOSTLY
EXTRA LARGE 165-174 168-171
LARGE 164-173 166-169
MEDIUM 117-126 119-122
PRICES DELIVERED TO STORE DOOR:
RANGE MOSTLY
EXTRA LARGE 172-180 173-175
LARGE 170-178 171-173
MEDIUM 123-131 124-126
IOWA-MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN EGGS
PRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS, CENTS PER DOZEN.
RANGE MOSTLY
LARGE 136-146 140
MEDIUM 89-93 91
SMALL 60-66
MIDWEST AREA: IA,IL,IN,KY,MI,MN,OH,NE,ND,SD,WI,WV,
western NY, and western PA
Source: USDA AMS Livestock, Poultry & Grain Market News
Des Moines, IA 515.284.4460 email: PYMNDSM@ams.usda.gov
http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/NW—PY018.txt
Prepared: 31-Mar-15 11:05 AM E MP


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