Retail Dairy Prices: Milk Reaches New High For The Year With Nominal Gains

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Retail milk prices improved by a little more than half a cent per fortified gallon in November, increasing to $3.327 per gallon. Milk increased for the second month in a row and remains above the 27-month average by 7 cents. Milk prices are at the highest of the year, but 44.6 cents below the 27-month high.

Butter fell by more than 27 cents to $3.361 per stick. Butter reached a 27-month high in October but remains above the 27-month average. November’s lower butter prices end seven months of gains.

Retail Dairy Prices Board
 
PricesAug.Sep.Oct.Nov.ChangeReport
  Milk: Fresh, Whole3.3033.2783.3213.3270.006Report
  Butter: Salted, Grade AA3.2423.5733.6343.361-0.273Report
  Cheese: American3.8113.8644.0043.836-0.168Report
  Cheese: Cheddar, Natural4.6504.7264.6515.0050.354Report
  Ice Cream: Pre-packaged4.4214.3254.6024.490-0.112Report


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