November 4, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — November 4, 2022

Eggs: Eggs have continued to rise as 4th quarter holiday baking is underway. Supplies are still short to needs, so I do expect more next week. There were another 1 million birds taken out due to another outbreak in Iowa. 

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October 14, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — October 13th, 2022

Good Afternoon to all! Eggs: The egg market continued to correct itself. Last week we went down way below the market in forecast of the declines. We had gone up extra prior and wanted to be fair to all of you. We are back on track for next week. The cage free eggs continue to be in short supply as we just can't get enough. Michale Foods has also been having delivery issues and causing supply issues. Hopefully this is behind us shortly and we can serve you better.

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September 23, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — September 22nd, 2022

Good afternoon and welcome to Autumn! Eggs: With the Bird Flu spreading in Ohio and Colorado the egg market has reached record highs this week. I believe there is more to come as the increases have been large everyday. We are hearing the market could surpass the $4.00 market! Over 40 million birds have been put down and this is wreaking havoc in the supply. 

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September 15, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — September 15th, 2022

Good day! Eggs: Eggs are through the roof due to the bird flu. I expect more drastic jumps. See below: The impact from the recent Ohio HPAI (Bird flu) outbreak is having a dramatic impact by driving the weekly Urner Barry market prices up again. Bids to buy eggs are once again far outnumbering offers to sell. Since last week's announcement on egg layers in Ohio, turkey flocks have tested positive in Minnesota & California, and last Sunday in Sanpete county UTAH.

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September 2, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — September 2nd, 2022

TGIF! Eggs: The egg market rose slightly this week as inventories are somewhat in balance. I assume in a few weeks the traditional 4th quarter increases will begin as commercial bakeries begin building inventories for the upcoming holidays.

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