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Jan 23 2020

DAVE’S WEEKLY MARKET UPDATE

Good afternoon, Eggs:      The egg market is rapidly rising this week and will continue to do so next week. My thoughts are that we could see another 20 cents in the next 2 weeks but as always I must state that these are only my opinions and observations of the markets and guarantee

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Jan 16 2020

DAVE’S WEEKLY MARKET UPDATE

Eggs:      The egg market did not move this week but the supply is tightening up so we may see a slight increase next week as farmers are putting their birds out to molt. That will further reduce the supply. Butter:      Butter bounced around this week and ended up dropping slightly. The

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Jan 10 2020

DAVE’S WEEKLY MARKET UPDATE

Eggs: Eggs dropped 10 this week and seem to be near the bottom as the decreases have slowed down. We are hearing that farmers are putting their flocks out to molt which stops them from producing for a while. This will stop the decreases and tighten up the supply of eggs. I guess time will

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Dec 19 2019

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

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Good day, I will be away next week and there will be no weekly market update. Eggs: The egg market continued to drop this week and probably will settle in around the $1.00 mark by the end of next week. Butter: Butter rebounded this week as people seem to believe we will not see the bottom fall out

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Dec 05 2019

DAVE’S WEEKLY PRICING

Good day to all Eggs:      The egg market tanked this week and dropped .20 on the larger sizes. There will be more to come as the tone of the market is weak. Butter:      Butter is also weak and we are at the lowest levels in years. I do feel it will

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Nov 27 2019

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Eggs:      The egg market remained firm this week with the exception of mediums which did drop. The next move will be downwards and probably begin next week. Butter:      Butter dropped again this week setting the tone for the after Thanksgiving drop in the market. Butter inventories are higher than usual and

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