NORTHERN COLORADO DISTRICT — Shipments (21-32-33) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market.



FLORIDA — Shipments (3-0-29) — Movement expected to increase as harvest on fields with damage from the December freezes progresses. Industry sources report that consistent supplies of potatoes are not expected until late February. Unofficial prices for Feb. 14, round red U.S. 1 50-pound cartons size A $20, size B $20, creamers $35; round white U.S. 1 50-pound cartons size A $24, size B $22, creamers $50; yellow-type U.S. 1 50-pound cartons size A $26, size B $17, creamers $50.



NORTHWEST WASHINGTON — Shipments (25-22-28) — Movement was expected to decrease as more shippers of yellow-type expected to finish for the season the week of Feb. 14. Trading fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. Round red U.S. 1 50-pound cartons size A $18, size B mostly $16-18, creamers $32-34; yellow-type U.S. 1 50-pound cartons size A mostly $18-20, size B mostly $12-14, creamers mostly $30-32.



HEREFORD-HIGH PLAINS DISTRICT, TEXAS — Shipments (23-6-8) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market.



BIG LAKE AND CENTRAL, MINN. — Shipments (6-6-5) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. Last shipper expects to finish by the end of February.



NEW BRUNSWICK (Crossings through Maine points) — Shipments (32-**-**) — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices slightly higher. Russet norkotah U.S. No. 1 or Canada No. 1 baled 10 5-pound film bags 2-inch or 4-ounce minimum mostly $8.50-9, baled 5 10-pound film bags mostly $8-8.50. **unavailable.

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Pricing Dates: 
Sunday, February 13, 2011 to Saturday, February 26, 2011

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