Even as production increases and inventories rise, U.S. dairy prices are following global prices higher
Prices likely to stay flat through 2017, unless something impacts supply
Trading volume has had its ups and downs based on market volatility and outlook, but use of the market is growing.
Even though the market is showing greater potential, producers must follow a solid marketing plan.
U.S. all-milk price falls to $16.50 in April.
Year-to-date culling also running ahead of last year.
The biggest gains came in Texas, New Mexico and Colorado
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Year over year, culling slowed however.
Lactose prices jumped 12.4%.