Milk Prices By U.S. & State Increase Nationally & In Each State

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November milk prices improve slightly, up $0.60 per cwt to $18.30. The increase lifts milk prices to a new high for the year and remains above the 27-month average. Milk prices have steadily increased for six months in a row, improving by $3.70 since May.

Milk prices improved most in Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio and Pennsylvania, rising 90 cents in each of the five states. Milk prices are highest in the state of Florida, selling for $22.10 per cwt. Milk prices are $16.50 per cwt in California, the lowest of any state.


Milk Prices by U.S. & State
 
PricesAug.Sep.Oct.Nov.ChangeReport
  United States16.0016.7017.7018.300.60Report
  Arizona15.9016.4017.0017.700.70Report
  California14.8815.5016.2316.500.27Report
  Colorado15.9016.6017.7018.400.70Report
  Florida21.0021.0021.4022.100.70Report
  Idaho14.6015.3016.5017.000.50Report
  Illinois16.2017.2018.7019.200.50Report
  Indiana16.9017.5018.6019.300.70Report
  Iowa16.0016.9018.1018.600.50Report
  Kansas16.6017.4018.6019.200.60Report
  Michigan16.7017.5018.2019.100.90Report
  Minnesota15.4016.5018.2018.800.60Report
  Missouri16.4017.3017.9018.800.90Report
  New Mexico15.4016.1016.8017.700.90Report
  New York17.4018.0018.6019.200.60Report
  Ohio17.3018.1019.2020.100.90Report
  Oregon16.6017.6019.1019.600.50Report
  Pennsylvania18.1018.5019.6020.500.90Report
  Texas16.6017.3018.0018.500.50Report
  Utah15.8016.7017.4017.900.50Report
  Vermont17.6018.0019.1019.600.50Report
  Virginia19.6019.8020.5021.000.50Report
  Washington15.8016.4017.4018.000.60Report
  Wisconsin15.2016.3017.9018.600.70Report


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