New Holland, Pa.
July 1, 2019
Report Supplied by USDA

Receipts: 995; Last Sale: 853.

Compared to last week, slaughter barrows and gilts sold 4.00-5.00 lower getting lower as the sale progressed. Slaughter sows sold sharply lower, 9.00-10.00 lower on a light test. Slaughter boars sold 2.00-3.00 lower on a very light test. Demand moderate to light. Offerings included 577 Slaughter barrows and gilts, 34 slaughter sows, 5 slaughter boars, and 379 roaster pigs. Supply included: 100% Slaughter Hogs (89% Barrows & Gilts, 10% Sows, 1%Boars).

BARROWS/GILTS: US 1: 31 head 206-284 lbs 61.00-68.00, 9 head 305-314 lbs 60.00-62.00; US 1-2: 39 head 258-297 lbs 55.00-61.00, 37 head 301-328 lbs 56.00-59.00; US 2-3: 222 head 208-298 lbs 43.00-56.00, 56 head 309-338 lbs 41.00-57.00.

SOWS: US 1-2: 19 head 349-396 lbs 31.00-38.00, 1 head 375 lbs 20.00, 4 head 400-435 lbs 32.00, 1 head 430 lbs 52.00, 8 head 525-590 lbs 31.00-36.00, 9 head 600-670 lbs 32.00-36.00.

BOARS: US 1-2: 1 head 445 lbs 10.00, 1 head 575 lbs 15.00, 2 head 705 lbs 16.00.

Price and grade information is reported by QSA-USDA Market News Service. While market reports reflect the majority of Livestock sold at each sale, there are instances where animals do not fit reporting categories and are not included in this report.

Source: USDA Ag Market News, New Holland, PA. Levi Geyer, 717-406-7350. John Stacy, Kayley Ellis, 717-354-2391.2391.www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/ln_ls144.txt.

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