Class III markets over the remaining months of 2018 finished unchanged in their average at $14.98, though that was considerably better than where the market was earlier in the session.
It's official. U.S. tariffs are now in force.
A day before tariffs are scheduled to go into play between the United States and China, commodity markets traded in a volatile manner.
While cheese and whey continued their march to higher ground, Class III markets would have nothing to do with it.
If the past is prologue to future events, we may see a rebound in cheese prices in the near future.
The USDA annual acreage report forced the king to hand over his crown. For the first time ever more acreage was planted to soybeans then corn.
While the grain markets await Friday's release of the USDA’s acreage report, improving weather conditions drove corn and soybean prices lower on Thursday
The impending tariffs threaten record level of dairy exports--and rebounding milk prices.