CENTRAL WISCONSIN — Shipments (123-107-76) — Movement expected to decrease as shippers continue to limit open orders to ensure that contracts can be met until summer. Trading cartons 50-70s active, others fairly slow. Prices cartons higher, others generally unchanged. Russet norkotah U.S. 1 baled 5 10-pound film bags nonsize A mostly $4-4.50, 50-pound cartons 50-70s mostly $10-11, 80s mostly $8.50, 90s mostly $7.50-8.50, 100s mostly $7-7.50.
NEBRASKA — Shipments (2-49-69) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies insufficient to establish a market.
KLAMATH BASIN, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON — Shipments (53-56-40) — Movement expected to increase following Memorial Day. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Russet norkotah U.S. 1 baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly $3.25-3.50, 50-pound cartons 80s mostly $10.50-11.50, 70s mostly $11, 80s $8-11, 90s mostly $7-8, 100s mostly $6-7.
MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY) — Shipments (29-16-6) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally as last shipper expected to finish shipping last loads the week of June 7. Supplies insufficient to establish a market. LAST REPORT.
ARIZONA — Shipments (97-61-6) — Movement expected to decrease sharply as only one shipper is still running. Supplies insufficient to establish a market.
NEW BRUNSWICK (Crossings through Maine points) — Shipments (**-**-**) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Russet goldrush and norkotah U.S. No. 1 or Canada No. 1 baled 10 5-pound film bags 2-inch or 4-ounce minimum mostly $5.50, tote bags approx. 2,000 pounds per cwt. size A mostly $8. **unavailable.
EASTERN SHORE, VA. — The initial harvest is expected to begin during the week of June 21, although many growers will not start until the week of June 28. Growers report the crop is in good condition but is approximately one week later than normal. FIRST REPORT.
ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT, N.C. — Light shipments expected to begin the week of June 21-27. As of June 7, no f.o.b. report issued. FIRST REPORT.