Commentary

Dairy markets: Last week in review

Class III futures pushed higher last Friday, with the 2Q 2014 futures pack average settling at $20.21/cwt., a week-over-week gain of 85¢. USDA’s Milk Production report for January was viewed as slightly bearish in our opinion. FULL STORY »

Organic overview: USDA grants grazing variance in California

Organic producers in Maine are faring better than organic producers in some other areas regarding feed availability and prices. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Spot cheese, Class III futures higher

Yesterday’s USDA Milk Production report came out slightly bearish in comparison to expectations. Class III markets again put in a positive session on the back of higher spot prices in the blocks and barrels. FULL STORY »

Cropp: Milk supplies remain tight

The milk supply-demand situation remains rather tight. The result is record cheese prices and record milk prices for February. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Milk production (and more)

January milk production was slightly higher; cow culling was lower; the March Class I base price set a record high; and U.S. herds declined in 2013 FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures continue rally

Class III futures continued to rally. We’d not be surprised to see a little profit taking today ahead of the milk production report this afternoon. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Margins turn mixed

Dairy margins were mixed over the last couple of weeks, improving in nearby Q1 and Q2, while weakening slightly in Q3 and Q4 FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures bullish

Class III futures resumed its overall bullish trend to start the week, taking its cue from a bid spot session that saw blocks and barrels posting gains. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Higher expectations

The markets were closed yesterday due to the Presidents’ Day holiday. Looking back to last week, Class III futures ended the week with prices ranging between 5¢ lower and 21¢ higher. FULL STORY »

Who's right about corn prices?

There is considerable difference of opinion about the prospects for corn prices beyond the current marketing year FULL STORY »

USDA: Dairy’s long-term (steady, non-volatile) projections

In preparation for its annual Agricultural Outlook Forum, Feb. 20-21, USDA issued its yearly long-term projections last week, looking out to 2023. FULL STORY »

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