Archive for December, 2020

Dec 30 2020

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Happy New Year to all of you! So excited about the new Philadelphia location opening on January 11th! We all are ready to bid 2020 a good riddance and have high hopes for a much better year ahead. It was an extremely challenging year for our industry as we all faced unprecedented challenges. We all

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Dec 28 2020

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Happy Holidays to all! Eggs:Retail demand has picked up and the demand is somewhat exceeding the present supply. The tone of the market is “full steady” which signals more to come. Butter:Butter has been actively traded this week and keeps rising for some reason. Butter is cheaper in the US than the world market so

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Dec 17 2020

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Happy snow day!   We hope you all fared well with today’s snowstorm. We got a foot in Springfield and delayed our deliveries until tomorrow to keep everyone safe.    Eggs: The egg market dropped .01 last Friday and has not moved since. The brown eggs are in short supply and have been rising.   

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Dec 10 2020

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon to all! Eggs: The egg market continues to decline as the supply outweighs the demand. With restrictions getting tighter I feel this will continue into the near future.    Butter: Butter rose again this week but backed off some yesterday. So far 37 loads traded hands this week so buyers must feel this

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Dec 03 2020

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good day to all, Eggs: The egg market is weak and has been dropping. I expect to see it drop more as the demand is just not there. The tone of the market is that retail is weak and eggs are long.    Butter: The butter market has rallied this week much to my surprise.

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