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Dairy markets: 2015 Class III futures get a small boost

1H 2015 Class III futures contracts got a much-needed boost, gaining 12¢ on the day to settle at $17.40/cwt. for the pack. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved generally mixed Monday night

Corn futures proved rather weak again Monday night. Although the weekly USDA Crop Progress report stated the corn harvest as being just 31% complete yesterday afternoon, corn futures declined overnight. FULL STORY »

Baise: Judge dismisses Calif. egg law case but not all is lost

Agriculture in every state is impacted after a judge dismisses a California egg law lawsuit. FULL STORY »

September U.S. milk production up 4%

Nationally, September 2014 milk production was estimated at 16.472 billion lbs., up 4.0% from September 2013, according to USDA’s monthly report. FULL STORY »

VIDEO: Shatto Dairy, from nearly broke to booming

AOL shares the story of Shatto Dairy, an Osborn, Mo., farm with over 60 years in business with 120 cows. They began bottling their own milk in June 2003 under the motto, MILK AT ITS FINEST. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo Futurity Entries Due Soon

Dairy cattle exhibitors are encouraged to enter animals for the 2017 World Dairy Expo International Futurity. Futurity entries will close November 1, 2014 at midnight (CDT). FULL STORY »

Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Cheddar blocks and barrels were bid up in tandem Monday, settling 3.75 cents higher in both markets. The Class III market saw a soft rally. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: October margins tightened a little

Dairy margins generally weakened since the end of September, as a combination of higher feed costs and lower milk prices reduced forward profitability projections, according to the latest CIH Margin Watch report. FULL STORY »

Cropp: October dairy situation and outlook

Higher U.S. milk production, slowing of dairy exports and higher dairy imports are pushing down milk prices. FULL STORY »

Moves in livestock futures bracketed those of the crop markets

Talk of strong packer demand boosted the cattle sector Monday. Although traders probably think persistent beef weakness will tend to depress cattle prices, CME futures leapt upward today. FULL STORY »

Crop storage issues may be less severe than anticipated

Weather-related harvest delays to date and a rapid rate of consumption mean that overall storage issues may be less severe than feared this year. FULL STORY »

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