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Dairy markets: Grains collapse; butter skyrockets

Class III futures downside momentum continued; the butter train picks up speed; outside of some natural disaster, grain prices will be the lowest in years FULL STORY »

Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Class III futures continued to sell off Monday after another bearish spot cheese market. FULL STORY »

Good: Large stocks, soybean acreage revealed

Corn and soybean stocks, soybean acreage provide some surprises FULL STORY »

USDA reports send corn, soybean futures prices lower

The combination of large corn stocks and record-high soybean acreage were impetus to send prices lower on Monday, after USDA released Acreage and Grain Stocks reports on June 30. FULL STORY »

Friday's CME Dairy Market recap

Class III futures started the day very flat on Friday, but after a bearish spot cheese market they sold off to settle much lower. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Fluid milk sales continue slide

Today's post looks at monthly fluid milk sales, weekly cull cow slaughter and monthly cull cow prices, replacement auction results, and more FULL STORY »

June milk prices down slightly

USDA’s preliminary estimate of the June 2014 U.S. all-milk price, at $23.30/cwt., was down 90¢ from May and the second consecutive month-to-month decline. Despite the drop, the average is still $3.80 more than June 2013. FULL STORY »

June milk-feed price ratio steady

Slightly lower monthly average milk prices offset similar declines in feed prices, holding the June 2014 milk-feed price ratio steady at 2.28. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: USDA grain reports due Monday

The weakness in Class III was short-lived, as the market made some slight gains yesterday. The grain complex has become more quiet this week, with excellent growing conditions leading to a bearish outlook.  FULL STORY »

Rabobank: Dairy margins to remain ‘decent’

Rabobank’s June North American Agribusiness Review indicates U.S. dairy farmer income margins should remain decent through 2014. FULL STORY »

Thursday’s CME Dairy Market recap

Thursday’s Class III futures started off on a bearish note as contracts traded four to ten cents lower through the end of the year. After another bullish spot cheese market Class III futures rebounded to settle slightly higher on the day. FULL STORY »

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