NW—PY018Des Moines, IA Tue. Nov 05, 2013 USDA Market NewsSHELL EGGS: Daily Midwest Regional EggsDaily producer prices are 2 cents higher for Large, and steady for Mediumand Small. Midwest delivered prices are steady. The undertone is steady tofirm. Retail demand is fairly good. Food service demand is moderate.Offerings are light and confidently held. Supplies are moderate. Marketactivity is moderate. Compared to last week, shell egg inventory in theMidwest region is up 11.9%. Breaking stock prices are higher. The undertoneis steady to higher. Offerings are light on moderate to fairly good demandas most breakers work from existing inventories. Supplies are light. Marketactivity is moderate.PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA GRADE A AND GRADE A,WHITE EGGS IN CARTONS, CENTS PER DOZEN.PRICES DELIVERED TO WAREHOUSE:RANGE MOSTLYEXTRA LARGE 117-126 120-123LARGE 116-125 118-121MEDIUM 97-106 99-102PRICES DELIVERED TO STORE DOOR:RANGE MOSTLYEXTRA LARGE 124-132 125-127LARGE 122-130 123-125MEDIUM 103-111 104-106IOWA-MINNESOTA-WISCONSIN EGGSPRICES PAID TO PRODUCERS, CENTS PER DOZEN.RANGE MOSTLYLARGE 102-112 106MEDIUM 79-83 81SMALL 58-64MIDWEST AREA: IA,IL,IN,KY,MI,MN,OH,NE,ND,SD,WI,WV,western NY, and western PASource: USDA AMS Livestock, Poultry & Grain Market NewsDes Moines, IA 515.284.4471 email: PYMNDSM@ams.usda.govhttp://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/NW—PY018.txtPrepared: 05-Nov-13 11:21 AM E JG