May settled at $16.25, June at $16.61, and the second half of the year closed with its average at $17.00 per cwt.
As the dairy crisis slogs into its fifth year of pain, there is renewed interest—once again—in some form of supply management.
The CME Spot product market showed some strength on Wednesday as all 5 products traded.
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The Global Dairy Trade Event 234 was held Tuesday morning and continued the positive trend we have seen since December.
Class III milk futures begun Monday’s trade on a higher note before reversing course lower.
It took every finger to count all the loads of barrels traded at the CME spot trade on Friday.
Most product markets didn't change at all in Thursday's action. Class III and Class IV dropped slightly.
The CME spot product trade was mixed to unchanged on Tuesday.
Historically prices that have gone up this time of year fall back to earth by summer.