Commentary

Dairy markets: Reassessing needs

Volatility was unquestionably present in Class III futures yesterday, as nearby contract values saw impressive swings prior to settling mixed. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers; Cold storage, replacements

Despite slowing exports and increased milk production, strong domestic consumption helped reduce dairy product inventories in August. But, market analysts expected larger declines. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Last week in review

For the week, the October to December 2014 Class III pack average jumped a staggering $1.64/cwt.; the January to June 2015 pack finished at $17.81/cwt., up 15¢ from the prior week. FULL STORY »

Cropp: September Dairy Situation and Outlook

Average milk prices for 2014 will all be record highs, but signs point toward weakening late this year and into 2015. FULL STORY »

August milk production up 2.5%

Nationally, August 2014 milk production was estimated at 17.217 billion lbs., up 2.5% from August 2013, according to USDA’s monthly report. FULL STORY »

Friday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Friday morning’s spot cheese market saw new record highs in both cheddar blocks and barrels, but Class III futures countered by selling off Oct – Jun 2015. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: The beat goes on for butter

Spot butter, now at $2.0375/lb., again gripped nearby futures. Class III futures started higher early Thursday, but buying became subdued after the spot cheese market opened and closed unchanged. FULL STORY »

Thursday’s CME Dairy Market Recap

Class III futures opened higher Thursday morning, but silence in the spot cheese market dampened any chance of rally. Futures moved back towards previous settlements, but held higher in Q4. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures ‘meteoric’

The Class III milk futures market was meteoric, stepping higher through the day with very strong volume. Spot cheese gains in blocks and another all-time high in barrels fanned the Class III and cheese markets. FULL STORY »

Wednesday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Sellers were silent again during Wednesday’s spot cheese session allowing buyers to push the price higher in both cheddar blocks and barrels. Class III futures put together another rally. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: October Class I base price rebounds

The October 2014 federal order milk marketing order Class I base milk price is $24.19/cwt., up 56¢ from September 2014, and $4.99 more than October 2013. FULL STORY »

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