Dairy markets: Racapping June 4 activity

Class III and cheese futures fought a two-sided battle yesterday as the markets caught a mid-day tailwind from a higher spot cheese session. FULL STORY »

May FMMO Class III/IV prices lower

Today's post highlights May FMMO prices, USDA’s April Dairy Products report, daily CME and weekly USDA product prices, dairy replacement auctions and more FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Crop conditions pressure grains lower

The Class III July to December 2014 pack average lost 10¢ to settle at $19.88/cwt. The July contract took the largest loss, closing at $20.40/cwt., down 38¢. FULL STORY »

Dairy margins end May stronger

Dairy margins strengthened since the middle of May, due to a combination of steady to higher milk prices while corn continued to decline FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Where do we go from here?

The July through December 2014 Class III pack is currently trading at $19.95/cwt., off its May high of $20.30/cwt. set only a week ago. So, where do we go from here? FULL STORY »

California Class 4 prices move lower

The Class 4b price is $2.39 lower than a month earlier, at $19.34/cwt., but $2.14 more than May 2013. The January-May 2014 average is $20.94/cwt., $4.86 more than the same period a year ago. FULL STORY »

Milk prices start to decline

USDA’s preliminary estimate of the May U.S. all-milk price, at $24.70/cwt., was down 60¢ from April, and the first month-to-month decline since July 2013. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: A weaker week for cheese

Nearby Class III and cheese futures continued their downward slide. The current spot cheese price average is $1.94/lb. – nearly a dime lower than the start of this holiday-shortened week. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Dairy export estimate raised

Today's post reviews USDA’s quarterly Ag Trade Outlook report, daily and weekly product prices, dairy replacement auctions in Pennsylvania and Idaho, and more FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: What goes up must come down

There is not much cutting around the situation: Yesterday’s cheese activity and resulting Class III and cheese futures trade is bearish. FULL STORY »

Cheese tumbles, but butter still rising

Today's post reviews CME product prices, weekly California NFDM sales, dairy replacement auctions in Kentucky and Missouri, and more FULL STORY »

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