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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics


Economic Library List No. 4


Washington, D. C., July 1939.


EGG AUCTIONS: SELECTED BERENCES


Compiled by Helen Brown
Library, Bureau of Agricultural Economics


1. Alger, Sanford E., Jr. Are cegg3 auctions worth while? It.seemed the
most satisfactory method for egg producers in southeastern Massa-
clmsetts. New Enigland Homestead 106(3); 12, 13, charts. Feb. 4,
1933. 6 N442
Tells of the success in marketing. eggs through the Brockton
(ass.) Co-operative Egg Auction Asstn, Inc. Illustrated by two
charts which show comparisons of top prices at the Broclton egg
auction with Boston wholesale prices, for large and for medium grade
eggs.

2. Amiet, N. Ohio sells eggs at auction. Successful Farming 30(5):
14, 46. May- 1933. 6 Sul2
"Poultry producers of Woyne County, Ohio, and vicinity have or-
ganized a method of marketing eggs which is new in Ohio. Instead of
selling their eggs thri the many local stores and hucksters as is
customary in many places, these producers now concentrate all eggs
at one point. The eggs are then graded into case lots, and sold
at a etion two times a week."


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This lidt supersedes a typewritten list
with the same title compiled in the Library
of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics on
May.l, 1937. References to publications
written in foreign languages have been omit-
ted. Sources consulted for the compilation
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3. Bell, E.W. Co-op egg auction starts. Now England Homestead 106(15): 4.
July 22, 1933. 6 N442
"The second co-operative. egg auction in the state of Massachusetts
was opened at Springfield on Thursday, July 6, with 68 cases of eggs
for sale on the opening day."
4. Benjamin, Earl whitney. The auction as a market outlet. Amer. Inst.
Coop., Amer. Coop. 1927, v. 2, pp. 691-697. Washington, D. C.,
1927. 280.29 AmA
Deals principally with the auction as operated by Pacific Egg
Producers.

5. Benjamin, Earl Whitney. Thebasis of the sales program of the Pacific
eg producers. Factors responsible for its success car allotment
and foreign distribution. Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 70(22):
1018, 1020-1021, 1022. Oct. 1, 1930. 286.85 N482
Two paragraphs are devoted to sales of eggs at auction.

6. Benjamin, Earl.Whitney, and Pierce, H. C. Marketing poultry products.
Ed. 3, 401pp. New York, J. Wiley & sons, inc.; London, Chapman &
Hall, ltd. 1937. 280.347 B43M
Bibliography, pp. 381-391.
For references to the auction method of selling poultry and eggs
see pages.3, 253-254, 275, and 321-323.
A picture and a description of a Dutch auction clock are given
on p. 321.

7. Benjamin, Earl Whitney. The Pacific egg producers program. Natl.
Assoc. Marketing Officials. Proc. (1929)11: 47-52. rn.p., 19303
280.39 N213P
Discussion, pp. 53-54.
Selling at auction, p. 48.

8. Benjamin, Earl Whitney.. Scientific marketing of farm products as illus-
trated by the mnrkoting of eggs. 10pp. Pam. Coll.
"Publication No. 1808. Reprinted from Scientific Distribution,
vol. CXV of the Amnnals of the American Acadetr of Political and
Social Science, Philadelphia, September, 1924."
The auction c modern method of selling, pp, 114-115.

9. Benjamin, Earl Whitney. Selling Pacific Coast eggs. Coop. Marketing
Jour. 4(1): 13-18. January 1930. 280.28 C7824
Auction, eight years of, p. 14.

10. Benjamin, Earl Whitney. Should the cooperative. agencies selling farm
flocks use the auction? Amer. Inst. Coop. Amor. Coop. 1926, v. 1,
pp. 622-628. Washington, D. C., 1926. 280.29 Am3A
Gives reasons why the Pacific Egg Producers auction is used as an
economic tool for determining prices during the season of active
trading. Reasons are given,also, for the use of the auction as a
tool for determination of relative value of eggs being offered.









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11s. Ben.janin, Earl Whitney. To conduct egg .auctions; affiliate. of Pacific
cggproducers plans daily Now York city auction facility for., gener-.
ally toll-kno1 brands Amaere Prod. Rev. 87: 462. Mar. 1, 1939.
286.85 N482
A daily general egg auction, open to receivers and representatives
of shippers of well-knowm packs of eggs will take the place of the
exclusive auction of Pacific EM3 Producers*t. eggs. It is scheduled
to opon.in.April.

12. Bernonder, H. W, and D ollgren, Carla A. Auction market practices.
Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop. (1935)11C 360-363. Washington, D. C.,
1935, 280.29 AnS4
Methods used by the Mid-Hudson and Capital District Cooperative
G. L. F. egg auctions. "Price...seeons to be a determining factor
in the success of any egi auction."

13. Boyle, Janes Ernest. Marketing of ,-Taicu.ltural products. 479pp. New
York, LIcGrar-Hill book co-, inc3, 1925. 280.3 B69
Reading references, pp. 4&,-465.
Egg ouction, p'- 356-357: Describes the egg auction of the Pacific
Coast OCoporativo Poultry Producers' Associati.on, conducted through
its Pacific Egg Producerst Cooporative, Inc.

14. Brecukers, J. The development of the egg-trade in the Netherlands. In.
Torld s poultry congress and exhibition, 2d, 1924, Barcelona.
Book of the Congress and description of the exhibition, pp. 364-368.
Barcelona, The Graphic-art co., ltd. c1925?3 47.9 W8920
Information on egg auctions is giver on pp. 365-366. A table
on p. 366 gives a. sur--ajr of the yenarly sole of eggs at an average,
price of the Co-opera'tive-Roormond-EgC-Aucticn section of the V. P. N.
at Roernond, for the years 1904-1918,

15. Christensen, J. B. Sales methods eggs. Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop.
(1928)4(2): 235-242. Washing-ton, D. C., 1928. 280.29 AnSA
Discussion, pp. 242-243.
"This paper denls briefly with the sales methods employed by the
Pacific Egg Producers." The egg auction is described on pp. 236-237.

16. Conference on business management problems of northeastern poultry nnd
egg cooperatives, Rutgers university. Subrnary of proceedings rand
liscassion... Ratgers university, New Brunswick, N. J., August 16 -
and 17- 1937. 61pp,, processed. rNew Brunswick? 1937?- 280.2479. C76
Partial contents: How the auction functions, by Newton S. Gottshall,
pp. 9-10; Todny and tomorrow in the marketing of poultry products,
by Charles A. Urner, pp. 19-22; A practical bookkeeping system, by
Gerald M. Luff (outlines a system which.is of interest to auction
managers and directors), pp. 23-26; Assembling our eggs and poultry
Sin the Fieningt on. Auction Market) b7 C.; Stainsoep.44-46; Getting
the information out'to the members Cof the Brockton Coop. Egg
Auction Assgn, Inc.] by Lawrence Bignoy, pp. 47-48.













17. Conn. poultry, auction.. Sale soon to be established whore larg quantity
nill-be assembled for sale-eggs to be sold also. Aner. Creamery &
Poultrj Prod. Rev. 75(24): 844, 846. Apr. 12, 1933. 286.85 N482

18. Crissey, J. C. A centralized system of marketing northeastern eggs.
Amer. Inst. Coop.:Aner. Coop. (1935)114 355-359, Washington, D. C0.,
1935. 280.29.AnmAL
Describes the egg-narketing work of the G. L. F. Egg Marketing
Services, Inc., of which Mr. Crissoy is president. They combine
country auctions with a wholesale unit in the Now York market.

19. Davis, L. M. Eggs on the block. U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Agr. Econ.
Agr. Situation 21(6): 29. June 1, 1937. 1 Ec7Ag
Summary of contributions of auctions to improvement of quality.

20. Dougherty, L. A. Eggs under the hammer. N. H. Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull.
300, 48pp., illus. Durham, 1937.
Gives the history of the auction; regulations; auction procedure;
volume of sales; types of buyers; price analysis and. comparison
with prices obtained by other means of selling eggs; and comments
on the future of the auction method in New Hampshire.

21. Egg auction held. Bur. Farmer (Mass. Farm Bur. Fed. ed.) 8(1): 13. Septem-
*bor 1932. 280.82 B89
"Massa.chusetts' first egg auction was held Monday, August 1,
at Brockton."

22. Egg auctions big success. Summer prices realized at Vinelnnd and
Flemington net considor.bly more than New York market. Amer.
Cre.tmery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 72(18): 743, 750. Sept. 2, 1931.
286.85 N482
Includes also a statement reprinted from the. South Jersey Poul-
tryman.

23. An egg-poultry auction. Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 80(2): 58.
MKy 15, 1935. 286.85 N482
Extracts from the annual report of the Hnmden Cooperative Poul-
try Auction, successor to the New H-oven Fa.rmers' Cooperative Auction
Association, Inc.

24. Erdaan, H. E. American produce markets. 449pp. Boston, New York C etc.]
D. C. Heath & co. cl9281 280.3 Er2
Sale of eggs at auction, pp. 142-149. Describes the auction
sale in New York City of white eggs shipped by Pacific Egg Producers;
shows catalog page; describes method of sampling and telephone bids;
and idscusses influence of the auction on the ma.rket.









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25. Petrow, W, Wo Cooperrtive marketing of agricultural products. U. S.
Farm Credit Admin., Coop. Div. Bull, 3, .106pp. Washington, D. C.,
1936. 166.2 B87
See p. 76 for information on auction method of soielling poultry
r.nd eggs.

26. First national stores, Somerville, Mass.. Selling the products of New
England farms. 32pp. Somerville, Mass. C193873 286.2 151
A brief discussion of the New England egg auction from the
buyor3s point of view is given on pp. 18-19.

27. Flatt, C. A. Egg auctions in the eastern counties. Gt. Brit. Min. Agr.
ane Pishorios. Jour. 30(3): 270-273. June 1923. 10 G79J
Description of egg auction marketing in the eastern counties
of England. Advantages are given.

28. cGilcreast, Olevelandj The auctioneer can mako or break an egg auction.
U. S. Fam Credit Admin, News for Famnor Coop. 3(7): 19. October
S1937. 166.2 N47
An interview with Mr. Gilcreast, manager of the New Hampshire
Egg Auction, in which figures of growth and volume of sales for the
auction are given. The growth of egg auctions in the East is con-
mented, on and it is thought that the method will prove permanent
in the Northeast.

29. Gilcreast, Cleveland. Systems of assembling of poultry and eggs: auctions.
Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop. (1937)13: 537-550. Washington, D. C.,
1937. 280.29 An3a
Formerly.with -the Brockton Cooperative Egg Auction, Mr. Gilcroast
at the tine of writing was manager of the New Hampshire Egg Auction,
Dem7r, N. HI
Abstract of this paper, with the title Co-op Egg Auctions in
the Ascendency, in Coop. Jour. 11(6): 153-154. November-December 1937.

30. Gt. Brit. Ministry of agriculture and fisheries. Report on egg marketing
in England and Wales. Gt. Brit. Min. Agr. and Fisheries. Econ. Sor.
10, 153pp. London, H. M. Staticnery off., 1926. 280.9 G792
Auctions, oh. XIX, pp. 102-108. "The auction sale as a distrib-
uting agency in the disposal of eggs dates back about 25 years in
this country." A nap shows the location of egg auctions in Enclhr-nd
and Wales in 1925.
A description of the cooperative egg auction in Boermond, Holland,
is given on pp. 127-128 of Chapter XXIII.

31. Gusler, Gilbert. Selling eggs at auction markets. Amer. Poultry Jour.
66(4): 7, 14. April 1935. 47.8 An32
The growth and advantages of auctions are discussed.









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32. Hagersville has the first egg auction in Canada. Purely voluntary with-
out even a membership 75 producers using the service markets
extended by the auction, and all poultryraisers in.the district
are benefited an interesting experiment in poultry marketing.
Farmers Advocate 69(2092): 343, 367. June. 7, 1934. 7 F22

33. Hanomann, H. A. Cooperative auction of produce. Successful experiment
in sale of eggs. .U. S. Daily 6(208): 2016. Hov, 4, 1931. 280.8 tn33
An account of the auction selling of eggs by the Bucks County,
Pennsylvania, Producers Cooperative Association.

34. James, D. L. Cooperative marketing of eggs and poultry.. A preliminary
report. 24pp., processed. Washington, D. C., U. S. Dept. of.agri-
culture, Bureau of ngriculturnl economics, June 1925. 1.9 Ec722 Cm
The creation of the Pacific Egg Producers Cooperative, Inc.,
and its eg anuctien are described on pp. 9-10.

35. Jones, Alben E. The coo-nper.tive an-ction system. Amer. Inst. Coop.
Amer. Coop. (1935)1l: 545-354. Washington, D. C., 1935. 280.29 Am3A
Auction system of secling poultry nnd egos. in New Jersey. A
table shows the d-.tcc.- of forming, first sale of eggs, and volume
of business in L,-y, 1955, of 20 cooperative .egg action associations
in Ohio, New Jersey, Penrsylvania, New York, New Hampshire, Massna-
chusetts,. and Connecticut. .

36. Jones, Alben E. Egg n.d.poultry auctions at country producing points.
Factors which make for their success or failure. In U. S. Dept. Agr.,
Bur. Agr. Econ., Div. Dairy nnd Poultry Products. Egg and Poultry
Marketing, pp. 22-24, processed.. Washington, D. C., 1934. 1.9 Ec724Em
Paper presented at the meeting of the Poultry Science Association,
East Lansing, Mich., August 1933.

37. Jones, Alben E. Egg auctions in New Jersey. Amer. Poultry Jour. 63(2):
10, 12-14, 16-17. February 1932. 47.8 Am3S2

38. Jones, Alben E, Marketing New Jersey eggs. N. J. Dept. Agr. Circ. 195,
32pp. Trenton, 1931. 2 N46C
Contents: Introduction; Plan in detail (selling New Jersey eggs
to New Jersey people, forming producers' auction markets); Operation
of an egg auction market; Coordinating sectional markets; Wholesale
and retail grades and standards for eggs; The Toms River Auction
Market Association; The Flomington Auction Market Association; The
Southern New Jersey situation; Appendix.

39. Jones, Alben E. New Jersey egg and poultry auction markets3 report for
1933. Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 76(24): 806-809. Oct.
11, 1933. 286.85 N482
Statistics of sales, prices, price differentials, -'nd values
are given.









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40 Jones, Alben E. Problems connected with selling eggs by auction. Amer.
Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 79(17): 66iD. Feb. 27; 1935. 286.85
t 1482
"Remarks at annual convention of Nartheastern Poultry Producers,
Council,"
404.*
41. cKlock, H. L.j Klock on egg auction. Declares the method is "smashing
white egg prices" in New York. Calls for its abolishment. N. Y.
Prod. Rev. 60(18): 668-669, 670. Sept. 2, 1925. 28.6.85 N482
Letter, nailed to egg producers, on the depressing effect on
the market of the sale of. eggs 4t auction.

42. Local egg auction opens. Amer. Prod. Rev. 87(23): 604. Mar. 29, 1939.
286.85 N482
News item relative to the opening of the New York Egg Auction,
operated by the Acme Egg Co., Inc., an affiliate of Pacific Egg
Producers Cooperative, Inc.

43. McDbugoli, R. H., and. Lininger, F. F. The Butler egg auction. Pa.
Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 328, 44pp. State College, 1936.
"A study of egg marketing in western Pennsylvania showing prefer-
ences of buyers and factors of production influencing price and
quality."

44. McKay, A..W., and Lane, C. H. Practical cooperative marketing. 512pp.
New Ynrk, J. Wiley & sons, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, limited,
1928. 280.2 M19
An account of the Pacific .Egg Producers Cooperntive, Inc., -and
its egg auction, is given on pp. 195-198.

45. Maryland. Agricultural experiment station. The fiftieth annual report.,.
1936-1937. xlivpp. College Park r1938?3
Cooperative egg auctions, pp. xiii-xiv. The following is quoted
from this report of a study: "A study entitled, ISome Basic Factors
Pertinent to the Establishment, Orginizatirn and Operation of Pro-
duction Point Cooperative Egg Auctions in Maryland* was inaus-urated
in July, 1936. The study covered the seasonal production of eggs
in the principal producing areas in the State, the seasonal market-
ing of egs, methods of sale, principal markets in which the eggs
were sold, methods of transportation, hnarketing cost, prices re-
ceived, nxd general information in regard to local production, con-
sumpticn and purchase of eggs...The information obtained in this
study indicates that production egg auctions night. be successful
if located near Winchester and Donton."
A similar report of this study was mnnde by S. H. DeVault at tho
third annual gunner session of the Maryland State Poultryj Council,
July 21, 1937 and published in the Report of the Marylan,-d Agricml-
tural Society, v. 22, 1937, pp. 313-314.
40a,* Jull, Morley A. Poultry husbandry. Ed. 2, 548pp. New York and
London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1938. 47 J94P
For auction method of selling eggs see pp. 424-425.










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46. Meal, IV. G. The farmer and'the auction market. N. .J" Agr. 14(6): 6-7?
June 1932. 275,28 N46
Includes two tables Which give number of buyers and seasonal.
amount purchased per buyer and number of producers and seasonal .
amount sold per grower, four auction associations, 1930 season.
Statistics for fruits and vegetables are given for three auctions;
statistics for eggs and poultry are given for the.Flemington jactitn.

47. Middaugh, W. S. Connecticut poultry and egg auctions. Conn. Agr. Col.
Ext. Serv. Econ. Digest for Conn. Agr., no. 48, pp. 381-383. Storrs,
October-November 1933. 275.28 Ec?
Compares Connecticut's two egg auctions with the two "old estab-
lished egg-marketing cooperatives" as to sole prices of eggs, net
returns to producers and marketing services. At present (1933) more
services are given by the cooperatives, but it is probable that the
auctions will develop along similar lines. The two typos of associa-.
ticns are.not competing for members.

48. Middaugh, W. S. Marketing egg cooperatives in Connecticut. Conn. Agr'.
Col., Ext. Serv. Econ. Digest for Conn. Agr. no. 52, pp. 414-419.
Storrs, May-June 1934. 275.28 Ec?
Two auctions formed for the purpose of gaining higher net prices
for poultry have become egg auctions as well. They are the New
Haven Fnrmers3 Cooperative Auction Association and the Connecticut
Farmers Cooperative Auction Association. Services rendered W the
associations and prices on same are discussed.

49. Moreland, Wallace S. Hunterdon's poultry auction. N. J. Agr. 13: 14-15.
June 1931. 275.28 N146
This poultry auction is an outgrowth of the Hunterdon county Egg
Auction established in 1930 at the Flemington Fair grounds. Refer-
ences to the egg auction are brief.

50. New England institute of cooperation. Proceedings of the seventh annul
New England. institute of cooperation held at Connecticut State col-
lege, Storrs, Connecticut, June 20, 21, 22, 1933. 60pp., processed.
cn.p.] 1933. 280,29 N44
The status of cooperative poultry and egg marketing in New England,
by H. B. Rowe, pp. 4-9 (contains two paracgraphs on the auction
method of selling eggs, p. 9); Discussion.of the.auction system of
marketing ceggsi by Sanford. E. Alger, Jr., pp. 11-12; Auction market-
ing of poultry and eggn in New Jersey, pp. 13-14.

51. New Jersey eggs at auction. Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 70(1):
24-26. May 7, 1930. 286.85 N482
"A rambling editorial dissertation upon this new marketing propo-
sition" upon the occasion of an announcement that the New J6rsey De-
partment of Agriculture was completing arrangements for auction
selling of eggs in the Toms River section of New Jersey. Price
spreads and the Pacific Egg Auction are particularly discussed.











5I Northeastern poultry producers council. Proceedings, third annual
1| meeting..held at Hotel Wellington, New York City, January 11 and
I 12, 1934. variously paged, processed.. 47.9.N814
Report of the Subcommittee on Egg Auctions, Marketing Committoe,
| Northeastern Poultry Producers Council. 6pp. Also published in
Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 78(8): 256-258. June 20, 1934.

53. Oley, Warren W. The auction market in New Jersoy. Del. Ed. Agr.
Qart. Bull. 21(5): 65-71. Dover, 1931. 2 D37B
Address at Peninsula Horticultural Soe., Salisbury, Maryland,
Dec. 9-11, 1931.
Describes the New Jersey Auction market rules and procedure
generally, mentioning that $1,000,000 of poultry products are sold
in these markets. Mr. 1Ooy states that in their inception these
auctions owe much to the Deltaware produce auction.

54. Oley, Warren W.. Development of auction-block systems of selling agri-
cultural commodities in Now Jersey. Natl. Assoc. Marketing Officials.
SProc. (1930)12: 7-14. cn.p., 1931) 280.39 N213P
This discussion is not confined to eggs, but covers all comodi-
ties sold at auction in Now Jersey. Statistical tables show shipping
point auction sales of fruits and vegetables vs. consignment to
Now York, Cedarville and Rosenhoyn markets; prices, cases, profits,
*etc., for the Tons River and Flenmington auction Markets; and price
comparisons of eggs on the flemingbon and Tons Rivor auction
markets and on the Now York market.
55.
55, Oley, Warren W. Producerst auction markets in Now Jersey. N. J. Dept..
Agr. Circ. 219, 35pp. Trenton, 1932. 2 N46C
Poultry and egg auctions, pp. 22-31;
A list of cooperative poult-ry and egg auctions in New Jersey is
given on p. 35.

56. Pearsall, Chas. H. Handen cooperative poultry.- auct inn, inc.. Increas-
ing vo"une of egjs -nd poultry hnidlod by HL.rden, Conn., enter-
priso. Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 81(24): 876-877.
Apr. 15, 1936. 286.85 N482
Extracts front the nnnual report of the Master of the auction,.

57. Pennsylvania. Dept. of agricuture. Two new cooperative egg auctions
begin operating. Pa. Dept. Agr. Keystone Coop. no. 77, p. 1.
A Harrisburg, July 1932. 280.28 K52
Gives dates of first sale and names of sponsoring bodies of egg
auctions at Center Point and Farmersvillo, Pa.

58. Perfecting auction plans. Amer. Prod. Rev. 87(23): 542. Mar. 15, 1939.
286.85 N482
Si Regulations for the new general auction of Pacific Egg Producers.

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59. Perkins, F. E. Selling eggs at auction. Your introduction to a new
method of egg marketing that is spreading rapidly. Foram Jour.
60(10): 52, 53," October 1936. 6 F2212
Short article on the growth of country egg actions in the north-
eastern states.

60. Perrcgr- ux, E. A. Cooperative marketing of poultry and eggs in New
England. Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop. (1935)ll: 319-331. Wash.
ington, D. C., 1935. 280.29 AmA.
Development, 'accomplishments, problems, and price record of
auction associations arc discussed. on pp. 324-327.
Also printed in Amer. Creamery & Poultry Prod. Rev. 80(24):
882-884, 886, 896. Oct. 16, 1935. (286.85 1T482)

61. Perrogaux, E. A., Wright, B. C., and Brosslor, R. G., Jr. Factors
affecting prices at two Connecticut egg auctions. Conn. (Storrs)-
Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 225, 24pp. Storrs, 1938.
Prices of eggs wore studied, at the Hartford. and Hamdon auctions
in July and October, 1935, nnd January ,?nd April, 1936. Weight,
grade and color, In tho order named, wore the three most important
qaulity factors in determining prices paid for eggs. The study
also.includes a history and description of the auctions, graphs
and tables, and three appendices. Titles of appendices are:
I. Effect of the supplies of different sizes of eggs on price
per pound; II. Seasonal v-ariation in r.verage prices per dozen for
cases of different gross weights; III. Notes on statistical analysis.

62. Pierce, Howard C. The poultry and egg industry in Europe. U. S. Dept.
AQr. Bull. 1385, 60pp. W.shington, D. C., 1926. 1 Ag84B
A description is Given on pp. 54-55 of the noiseless egg auction
in use in Aristerdar, Rottordan, .and other sections of the Netherlrndsa

63. Producers operate egg auction. U. S. Dept. Akr., Ext. Serv. Ext. Serve.
Rev. 3(5): 78. May 1932. 1 Ex892Ex
Describes and gives a brief history of the egg auction conducted
by the Bucks County (Pa.) Producers' Cooperative Association.

64. Sanders, S. D. Co-op poultry experiences. U. S. Farm Credit Adnin.
News for Farmer Co-op. 5(11): 15-18. February 1939. 166.2 N47
Egg auctions in east, p. 16.

65. Scanlan, John J., and Lonnartson, Roy 7. Auctioning poultry and eggs
cooperatively. U. S. Farn Credit Admin. News for Farmer Coop.
4(6): 5, 17-18. September 1937. 166.2 N47
A rdmsun of the development of the auctions, which includes ac
nap shodinc the location of all auctions in existence in 1937.
pictures of auctions in action, and a list of twelve "conditions
which a.t present seen to have boon of major importance in this
development."11









" 66. Scanlan, John J. Cooperative egg and poultry auction marketing associa-
rtions. Coop. Marketing Jour. 7(6): 145-148. November-December
1933. 280.28 C7824
"The most recent, important, and rapidly growing development in
the cooperative- marketing of eggs and poultry has been that of the
cooperative auction association in the areas close to the large
eastern markets, especially Iew !o*k, P ladeiphia, and Boston."
A summary of some essentials fox success is presented and lists
of the advantages and disadvantages of auction type of association
are given..'

67. Scanlan, John Jb, and Lennartson, Roy W. Cooperative egg and poultry
auctions. U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation 22(2):
16-18. Feb. 1, 1938. 1 Ec7Ag
This is a brief history of the associations which includes a
map showing the locations of the auctions. "Three basic conditions
sttould exist for the successful.goperation of a cooperative associa,-
tion marketing eggs or poultry, or both, by the auction method:
1. Relatively heavy production.,,2. Nearness to large consuming
centers..,3. Patronage of large number of buyers." A fourth
"probably should be added; that is, location in a generally deficit
producing area."

68, Scanlan, John J., and Lonnartson, Roy W. Egg auctions after 8 years.
U. S. Farm Credit Admin. News for Farmer Coop. 5(3): 12-14. June
1938. 166.2 N47
The cause for success of the auction associations producer
satisfaction. A questionnaire obtained the reasons of 675 producers
for joining the associations, .and the extent to which the benefits
received met their expectations.

69. Shackelton, H. E. Marketing Pacific coast eggs. Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer.
Coo-i. (1935)11: 332-337. Washington, D. C., 1935. 280.29 AmSA
Explains the importadCe of the auction, in developing the business
of the Pacific Egg Producers, and its gradual decline as the Asso-
ciation began to ship direct to customers.

70. Shery, John. Cooperative egg auctions in Indiana. Coop. Jour. 12(6):
149-150. ITovember-December 1938. 280.28 C7824
The first egg action in Indiana wa, opened on July 7, 1938.
This article reviews the results of auction selling in Gary, Indiana,
and Versailles, Ohio (which serves eastern Indiana ind western Ohio
farmers) and relates the advantages and disadvantages of auction
marketing..

71. Stains, C. H. Assembling our eggs and poultry. Amor. Prod. Rev. 86(7):
192-193. 'June 15, 1938i 286.85 N482
Address delivered at conference of Northeastern Egg and Poultry
Cooper-otivos, New Brunswick, N. J., on how the Flemington Auction
Market Cooperative Association, Inc., assembles its eggs and poultry.




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72. Stains, C. H. Flemington, N. J., auction market. Rural New Yorker
97: 130-131. Feb. 12, 1938. 6 R88
The history of the Flemington auction byits manager, with a
list of six reasons for the success of a cooperative.

73. Stuart, George A Newer phases of auction marketing! Development of
egg auction markets in Ponnsylvaniae Natl. Assocd Marketing Of-
ficials. Proc. (1932)14: 25-26. Cn.p. 1933] 280.39 N213P
A study of costs and volume of sales. Tables .compare salaries
paid in the five Pennsylvania auQtions; and, .compare prices at these
auctions with those in Now York city and the -Flemington and Vine-
land auctions in New Jersey.

74. Taylor, R, S Problems involved in the marketing of eggs by the auction
method. Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop. 1932: 342-347. Washington,
D. C., 1l32. 280.29 Am3A
Diocuzsion, pp. 347-348.
Problems reiitioned are: uniform volume at sales; the in-an.d-outer
and the surplus member; educating the members to grades; weight
buying; bidding by proxy; candling all or a part of the eggs.

75. Todd, Leon. The poultry and egg auction markets of New Jersey; N. J.
Dept. Agr. Circ. 273, 16pp. Trenton, 1937. 2 N46C
A map shows the location of six New Jersey egg and poultry
auctions. A page for each action shows a photograph of the build-.
ing, location, tine of soles and volume handled in 1936. Conditions
of sales, essential points of. auction law, and New Jersey standards
for eggs and poultry, are also given.

76. Treat, Ralph B'. Egg auctions a demonstration of- auction selling.
Amer. Inst. Coop. Amer. Coop. (1936)12: 351-355. Washington, D. C.,
1936. 280.29 Am3A
A discussion, by the manager of the Wooster (Ohio) Cooperative
Poultry Association, of the value of the auction and of the movement
of eggs through the Wooster, Ohio, egg auction from the moment they
are received.

77. Treat, Ralph B. Government grading at the Wooster egg.auctiorn. In
Ohio. Dept. of agriculture, Div. of markets. Ohio Federal-State
egg and poultry grading service, compiled by Ray C. Wiseman, pp.
41-42. Columbus, 1938. 280.347 Oh30h

78. Treat, Ralph B. Operating an egg auction. U. S. Farm Credit Adlin.
News for Farmer Coop. 3(6): 7, 12, 13. September 1936. 166.2 N47
"The auction system of marketing eggs at country points originated
in New Jersey in 1930' and spread quite rapidly into surrounding
States. At the present tire there are more than 20 pproducer-owned
auction associations located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecti-
cut, New York, Massachusetts, New Ham.shire, and Ohio. This method
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of egi marketing has been constantly expanding, and there.is no
apparent reason why it should not expand further."
How those cuctionqsopeorate is described in the article.

79. Underkofficr, Elrab. Development qnf Pennsylvania egg marketing coopera-
tiVes. Penn Stato Farmer (t.3(ll): 39, 53. November 1937.
S276.8 P38
There are five egg auctions owved -nd operated by Pennsylvania
poultrymen. The article is illustrated by. a picture of the Tri-
County Egg Auction at Center Point.

80. U, S. Frm credit administration. Cooperative egg auctions fill defi-
nite need. U. S. Farm Credit Admin. Noes for Farmer Coop. i(3):
8-9. Juio 1934. 166.2 E47
Brief surnary of the tyre of nr,3nn.izatirr. Gives the number of
auctirn nassncitins in ecash state it the time of writing.

81. U. S. Yxrm credit administration. EgC auction cuts selling charge.
U. S. Frmnn Credit Admzi. News for Farmer Coop-. 3(5):-14&- August
1936. 166.2.1N47
Selling charges have been cut by the New Hampshire Egg Auction
which stated its third year of ucerotion in June 1936.

82. U. S. Farm credit administration. Egg auction oioned near Boston.
U. S. Farm Credit Admin. News for Farmer Coop. 1(4): 11. July 1934.
166.2 N47
SConsists of one paragraph on the opening of the rmiction at
Derry, N. H.

83. U. S. Fanrm credit dLministration. Egg auctions aid farmers. U. S.
Fa-rm Credit Admni. News for Fr-mer Coon. 4(9): 19. December 1937.
166.2 1147
Reports an interview with J. Hansoll French, Secretaory of Agri-
culture of Pamnnsylvnnia. Figures -ire given showing that farmers
who sold- eggs through Pennsylvania s six cooperative egg raiuctions
during the second quarter of 1937 received higher than market
price ad felt only slightly the fluctuations of the market.

84. U. S. Farm credit administration. More members, more buyers. U. S.
Fr-= Credit Admin. News for Farmer Coop. 5(6): 17. September 1938.
166.2 147"
Devolopr.ent of the Derry, IT. H., Auction, which continues to
pry rebates to members, 'nhen profits are made.

85. U. S. Farm credit adninistr-tion. "Ohiols first egg auction" .oner.-tes
on small margin. U. S. F-rn Credit Admin. News for Fnrner Coop.
1(7): 5. October 1934. 166.2 N47
Three paragraphs give the cost of oper-.tirn cf the Wooster, Ohio,
egg action, and describe the economies effected.










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86, cWadham, Philipi Auction selling in Connecticut. Amner. Creamery &
Poultry Prod. Rev. 79(11): 366. Jan. 16, 1935. 286.85 N482
Extracts from a report made by Philip Wadham, auction master
of the Connecticut Farmerst Cooperative Auction Association, at
the second annual meeting of the association.

87. White eggs at auction. Advantages of this plan considered by California
producers. N. Y. Prod. Rev. and Amer. Oreamery 56(4): 186, 187, 188.
May .23, 1930. 286.85 N482
A reprint of an article front the April, 1930, issue of Nulaid
News, published by the Poultry Producers of. Central California, Inc.
The effects and benefits of auction selling of Pacific Coast white
eggs in Now York are summarized. .

88. Wright, Bertrnam. Egg auction price factors. Conn. State Col. Econ.
Digest for Conn. Agr., no. 68, pp. 566-568. Storrs, Apri. 1937.
275.28 Ec7
Data given include prices paid for eggs during the first four
sales at farmerst cooperative egg auctions at West Hartford and
Hamnden, Conn., in July and October, 1935 and January and April, 1936.
"While variations in gross weight per case had greater effect
than any other factor...the relative importance of this factor was
greater or smaller according to the season of the year."
Grade and color were the ether price-determining factors.


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May 1939. Pub. by U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Eco- T
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agricultural products. (Supplementary to Miscellaneous Circular No. 35)
U. S. Dept. Agr. Misc. Pub. 150, 351pp. Washington, D. C., 1932.
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Econ. Agr, Econ. Bibliog. 24, 106pp., processed. Washington, D. C., Feb-
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Dept. Agr., Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Bibliog. 1 (rev. 1938), 26pp., processed...
Washington, D. C., January 1938.







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Item


Acme egg co., inc.................42
Advantage .. .',........, 1,0,27, 31-32,
S66,70,76980387
Alger, S. E.
SAre r'e'gj' thctions worth
while?............ ........... 1
Discussion of the auction system
of marketing eggs...*.. 50
American academy of political
and ocialsience. Ahnals.....8
American institute of cooperation.
American cooperat ion
1926.....* ... ...... ,....10
1927,.; as...... .666 *. 64
1928....... ..6 .............15
1932....................... 74
"1935. ...J.....,12,18,35,60,69
1936. .. .... ...... ..... .76
1937..* .. ... ............ .29
Amiet, *E R.: Ohio sells eggs
at aunt ion.... 6.66...6.66......2
Auction. ldckc, Netherlands...... 6, 62

Bell, E. W.: Co-op egg auction
st.arts.. ..... ................. 3
sta ts 5 .?. a?. a. es uums1e o s a 6 o 6 0 3
Benefits See Advantages
Benjamt-i, E. W.
Auction as a market outlet......4
Basis of the sales program
of the Pacific egg
prcdiibers....... ............. 5
Marketing poultry products.
With H. C, Pierce............ 6
Pacific egg producerst
pregram........... 7
Scientific moxketihg of
farm -rtducts as illus-
trated b:y thLe marketing
of eggs............*66 .6 *....*8
Selling Pacific Coast eggs .....9
&Should the cooperative
agencies selling firm
flocks use the auction?.....10
To Conduct egg auctions........1l


Item


Bormendor, H. W.:.Auction
narkit practices. With
C. A. Dellgren,.. ....... ...12
Bignpy, Lawrence; Gotting the
information out t h@
members. .*o.6.6 6. .. ......16
Bookkeeping.................. .16
Boyle, J. E,: Marketing of
agricultural products......... 13
BresslQr, R. G., Jr.: Factors
affecting.prices at two
Connecticut egg auctions.
With E. A. Perregaux and
B. C. Wright.................61
Breukers, J.: Dpvolopment of
the egg-trade in the
Netherlands........ ....... iv14
Brockton (Mass.) Co-operative
egg auction assn, inc. .... 1,16,
21,29
Bucks County, pennsylvania,
producers. cooperative
association. ....... ..0..3...3,63

Canada, Hagersville..... .......32
Christensen, J. B.: Sales
methods eggs.............. 15
Conference on business management
problems of northeastern
poultry and egg cooperatives,
Rutgers university.
Sumnmary of proceedings and
discussion........ ....... .....16
Connecticut............ 17,35,75,86
Hamden........... .. 6: 61,88
Hartford...ss ......*.6 s 661
New Haven..... ..........23,48
West Hartford.......... ....6. 88
Connecticut. State college
See New England institute
of cooperation
Connecticut. State college,
Extension service
Connecticut poultry and
egg auctions............47







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Item


Connecticut. State college,
Extension service- Continued
Egg auction price
factors.,.....'. ..... ... 88
Marketing eggs. cooperatively
in Connecticut .......... 48
Connecticut (Storrs). Agricul-
tural experiment station.
Factors affecting prices at
two Conrnecticut egg auctions...61
Connecticut farmers1 coopera-
tive auction association.......48
Second annual meeting.......86
Costs
Maryland...... ................ 45
Ohio, Wooster....... ....... ..,85
Pennsylvania.. .*........... .. 73
Crissey, J C.: Centralized
system of marketing north-
eastern eggs.... .... ....... .... 18

Davis, L. M.: Eggs on the
block. .3 ....... ............ 19
Delaware.......*........... .. 53
Delaware..Board. of agriculture.
Auction market in New
Jersey..........3............... 53
Dellgren, C. A.: Auction
market practices. With
H. W. Bermender. ........ .........12
DeVault, S. H., report of a
study entitled "Some basic
factors pertinent to the
establishment, organization
and operation of production
point cooperative egg auctions
in Maryland". ............ .....45
Disadvantages ...... ........... 66, 70
Dougherty, L. A.: Eggs under
the hammer ..... ............... 20

Eastern Statpe........... ...... 64, 66
EngLand..................... ...... 27, 30
Erdman, H. E.: Americnn produce

markets, f .ctors in............. .324
Failure, f,-ctors in. ..........,... 36


Item


Fotrow, W. Wi.: Cooperative
marketing of agricultural
products.........,,...........
First national stores.
Selling the products of
New England farms......6......26
Flatt, C. A.: Egg auctions
in the eastern counties.......27
Flemington auction market
cooperative association,
inc...... ...3 ............... 38,71
French, J. H. ..................83

G.L.F. Egg marketing
services, inc...... .....3.0.318
Gilcreast, Cleveland
Auctionber can make or
break an egg auction......28
Systems of assembling of
poultry and eggs;
auctionss*******esei******29
Gottshall, N. S.: How the
auction functions.........16
Grading and standardization... 38,
74-75, 88
Ohio....... ..........0 ......P2,77
Great Britain. Ministry of
agriculture and fisheries.
Report on egg marketing
*in England and Tles..........30
Gusler, Gilbert: Selling eggs
at auction markets............31

Hamden cooperative poultry
auction, inc. .................56
annual report. 3... ....... 23
Hanemann, H. A.: Cooperative
auction of produce............33
History and growth.........9,20,31,
60, 65,67
Connecticu't ......... .3333.33 3 61
East.. ................... ... .28
New Hampshire, Derry..........84
New Jersey, Flemington........72
Northeastern States...........59
Pennsylvania, Bucks
County .... ... .. .. .63
Holland See Netherlands






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Hunterdon county egg
aaction..0.66066666.... .......49
Indiana.... ......................70

James, D. L.: Cooperative
marketing of ears nna
poultry ......4
JTones, A. E.
Cooperative auction gsytem.....35
Egg and poultry auctions.
at country producing
points........... .. 666 ...... 36
4 Ig diict'ions in New Jersey. ... 37
Marketing New Jersey eggs...... 38
Now Jersey egg and poultry
auction markets1 report
for 1933s.................... 39
Ptoblemp connected with
selling eggs by auction.....40
Jull, M. A.: Poultry husbandry...40a

Klock, H. L.: Klock on egg
a alictionc.... 06663.6.66.....0.41

Lane,' C. 11.1 Practical co-
operat ive marketing. With
A* .W. McKoy....................44
Law, New Jerse..... ...........75

Lennartso.., l. W.
Auctioning pcul tri- and- eggs
cobperatively. With
SJ. J. Scogian ... ..... 65
Cooperative egg and poultry
S aucticns. With J. J.
Scan. .. ... *. S 3 6 6. ... 67
Egg Jactions after 8 years.
WitEJ. J. Scanlan..........68
Linin-6r, F.F.: Butler egg
auction, With R. H.
LcDougall......0...........0.... 43
Luff, G. M.14: Practical book,.-
keening system.. .......... .....16

McDouagall, P. H.: Butler egg
aucticn. With F. F.
Liningeor. ....6S........... ... 43


Item


McKay, A. T.: Practical co-
operative marketing. With
C, H! Lane............... 44
Marylan ,.*...... ..... ..... ... ..45
Maryland, Agricultural experi-
ment station, Viftieth
annual report,,,,,,,, .........45
Mcaryland agricultural society....45
Maryland State poultry
council. .. ... 6 *.45
Massachusetts ......... ......3,35,78
. Brockton.. .w.. ......1,16,21,29
Meal, W. G.: F,-.mer aond the
sectionn market.*.'...........46
Middaugh, W. S.
Connecticut poultry and
egg auctions........ a ... 47
Marketing egg cooperatives
in Connecticut ......... 48
Lid-Hudson and capital district
Scoopecrative G.L.F. egg
auctions ... ..... ............. 12
Moreland, W. S.: Hunterdon3s
poultry auction........... .49

National association of
marketing officials.
Proceedings.
1929........... ........... 07
1930....... 3.. 0..... .... 54
19 2...... ... ... ....,...73
Netherlands................ 0... G62
Roermond.. ...**... .*.... .14,30
New.England ................26,60
See also names of Nevw
England States
Nen Digland institute of
cooperation. Proceedings.....50
Now Hampshire.....20,28,29,35,78,81
Derry. .... .. ................ 82,84
IeTr Hampshire. Agricultural
cnoriment station. Eggs
under the harmnr........ ... 20
New Haven f-rmers' cooperative
auction association, inc...23,48
Now Jersey..55,37-39,50,53-55,75,78
Flmington... ......l6,22, 38,
46,49,54,71-73







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Now Jorsey Continued
Tons River...............38,51,54
Vincland. ...... ............ .22,73
Neiw Jersey. Dept. of agriculture..51
Marketing Now Jersey eggs. ....38
Poultry and egg auction
market of Now Jersey.......75
Producers' auction markets
in No7 Jersey...............55
New York...... ,............ 35,42,78
Northeastern egg and poultry
cooperative,...........*.......71
Northeastern poultry producers
council. Proceedings..........52
Northeastern poultry producers
council, Marketing committee,
Subcommittee on egg auctions...52
Northeastern States...............59

Ohio.... ..... ..... ........ .35,77-78
Versailles .......... .......... 70
Wqayno County...*...... ...... ...2
Wooster.................. 76-77,85
Ohio. Dept. of agriculture,
Division of markets.
Ohio Federal-State egg and
poultry grading service........ 77
Oley, W. W.
Auction market in New
Jerseyj.. ...... .... ..... ..53
Development of auction-block
systems of selling
agricultural commodities
in New Jersey...............54
Producers' auction markets
in New Jersey............... 55

Pacific Coast............... 9,51,87
Pacific egg producers. ..4-5,7,10-11,
iZ3,15, 24,34,42,44,58,69
Pearsall, C. H. : Hamden co-
operative poult-ry auction,
inc. .,........ ...*5.5..56
Pennsylvania......*35,43,73,78-79,83
Bucks County ................ 33,63
Center Point................57,79
Farmersville. *......s.... s *57


Pennsylvania. Agricultural
experiment htat ibn. Sutler
egg auction............. ..... .43
Pennsylvania. Dept. of agri-
culture. Two new coopera-
tive egg auctions begin
operate ing.... .......... .... .. 57
Perkins, F, EE;: .Selling eggs
at auction............. .... .59
Perregauxi E. A.
Cooperative marketing of
poultry and eggs in
.New England................ 60
Factors affecting prices at
two Connecticut egg
auctions. With B. C.
Wright and R. G.
Bressler, Jr.............. 61
Pierce, H. C.
*Market ing poultry products.
With E. W. Benjamin.........6
Poultr- and egg industry
in Europe................ 662
Poultry producers of Central
California, inc...........asaa487
Prices ............ ........ ...39,60
analysis 5.. ............ ..*.20
-action.,....... ....... ..73,83
compared with other
prices.......l,20,22,47,54
Connecticut...................48
determination..........5.......10
differentials................ *39
factor-in success of
auct ions....... 5.5..5.555*.12
factors affecting..... .43,61,88
influence of auction on....24,41 3
Maryland......................45
spreads..................... s 51 s 5|

Quality
affects prices................61
factors affecting............. 43
improvement, contribution
of auctions to............19

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Item


Rove, H. B.:.Status -f cooperative
poultry .anmd egg marketing
in New England..*...............**50
Rntgcrs university See Conference
on busiiibss management
problems -of northeastern
poultry and egg cooperatives,
Rautgers. university

Sanders, S. D.: Co-op poultry
experiences..mea*............. 6 64
Scalan, J. J.
Auctionirg poultry *and eggs
S. cooperatively. With*
R. W. Lonnart:son. .......... 65
Coapertive. egW and poultry
auction marketing associa-
tions. .. .... ...... .......**66
Cooperative egg and poultry
auctions. With R. V.
Lennartson..... .. ....... 67
Egg auctions after 8 years.
With R. W. Lennartson...... 68
Saickelton, H. E.: Mar.rketing
Pacific coast eggs.......... 69
Sh&eoy John: Cooperative egg
auctions in Indiana............70
Stains, 0. H.
Assembling our eggs and
poultry. ......**.... ..16,71
Flemington, N. J., auction
market...........*..........72
Stuart, G. A.: oNewer phases of
auction marketing: Development
of egg auction markets in
Pennsylvania.... **.****.*..**6. 73
Success..*..* .... .* ...*****.***... 22
factors in.....1,5,10,12,36,66-68
Supply, effect on prices,
Connect icut................... 61

Toylor, R. S.: Problems involved
in the marketing of eggs by
the auction method...... ......*74
I Todd, Leon: Poultry and egg
auction markets of Now
Jersey.... ......... .......... 75


Item


Toms River auction market
association......... 6......0 638
Treat, R. B.
Egg aucti6ns a demonstra-
Stion of auction selling....76
SGovernment grading at the.. .
Wooster egg auction........77
Operating an egg.auction....,,78
Tri-county egg auction,
Center P6iht, Pao...........79

Underkoffler, Elmo: Development
Sof Pennsylvania egg market-
ing cooperatives..............79
U. S. Dept. of agriculture.
Poultry and egg industry
in Europe. ................... .62
U. S. Dept. of agriculture,
Bureau of agricultural
economics
Cooperative egg and
poultry auctions........67
Cooperative marketing
of eggs and poultry.....34
Eggs on the block... ......19
U. S. Dept. of agriculture,
Bureau of agricultural
economics, Division of
dairy and poultry products.
Egg and poultry marketing.....36
U. S. Dept. of agriculture,
Extension service. Pro-
ducers operate egg
auction........... ......... .... 6 63
U. S. Farm credit administration.
Auctioneer can make or
break an egg auction.......28
Auctioning poultry and eggs
cooperatively.............65
Co-op poultry experiences.....64
Cooperative egg auctions
fill definite need...,.....80
Cooperative marketing of
agricultural products. ,25
Egg auction cuts selling
charge,66666.....6 6......6 66.....66..66081
Egg auction opened near
Boston..6 .. ............. 82




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U. S. Fnrm credit administr-.tion -
Cont inued.
Egg auctions after 8
years....... 0 ....... .... 68
S Egg auctions aid farmers....83
More members, more buyers...84
"Ohio s first egg
t auction" operates on
smnll margin........ 85
Operating ani.egg auctions...78
Urner, C. A.: Todary a-nd tomorrow
in the marketing of poultry
products.....aaaa .m .a.a..16

Wadham, Philip: Auction selling
in Connecticut... ......... 86


Wales. ,.. a a. a..a... ...... 4 ..* ^l
Wiseman, ,. 0.: Ohio re er&-' .4..
State egg and poult .' ...
grading service.... ...... .
Wooster (Ohio) Oooporativt
poultry association. ... ..
World.ls poultry congress
=nd exhibition, 2d., 1934,
Book of che Congress.........*14
Writh.t, B. C.: Factors af-
focting prices at two
Connect ici "egg auctions. .-; .
With E. A. Perregaux and
R. G. Bressler, Jr.........,,1
Wright, Bertram: Egg action
price factors........"... *8


ECU01'0 IC L IBPF.ARY L I STS


No. 1. State trade barriers: selected references. March 1939.

No. 2. The frozen food industry: selected references,. January 1937 to
IMarch 1939. April 1939.


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No. 3. High drafting in cotton s:-inning: selected references. April 193S9ti':::

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