January 20, 2023

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — January 20, 2023

Eggs: The market is continuing its rapid decline and declined double digits on a daily basis up until today when it started slowing down . There have been some spot loads trading well below the current market as demand has slowed and supply has increased. The market is still soft but I feel next week's declines will be much smaller.

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December 23, 2022

Dave’s Weekly Market Update — December 22, 2022

Eggs: The egg market's incredible rise is starting to slow down. The market only rose .01 yesterday which is the smallest increase since it began climbing on October 19th. The market is up $2.43 per dozen since then. It is amazing that a 30 dozen case of eggs now costs $160 and higher. I will not even guess how and when the market will begin to correct itself. The A1 bird influenza is still spreading but holiday demand will now taper off.

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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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