Blocks and barrels both fell 3 cents lower on Friday.
Class III futures traded lower as a result of higher production levels.
Arizona dairy farmers self-finance their own milk quality premium program.
Class III markets did not like the monthly USDA milk report that showed production up 1.8% in January.
The Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction was a half of a percent lower on Tuesday. CME product markets moved in the other direction.
Strong volume and price highs and lows marked an eventful trading week.
Product market prices were higher across the board, with the exception of Grade A nonfat dry milk. Class III prices, however, did not join the party.
Spurred by strong product markets, Class III markets started strong and finished with a flurry.
Class III milk prices followed a positive product trade to finish higher across the board in trading on Tuesday.
Hindsight is always 20/20, but it can be used as a guide to future marketing decisions.