Green as far as the eye can see as we look over Tuesday’s trading results.
Markets were up on Thursday with product and milk markets finishing strong.
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Mexican trade discussions began Wednesday and gave some uncertainty to the market as the U.S. discusses tariffs on our largest home for U.S. Cheese.
Event 237 of the Global Dairy Trade took place on Tuesday with the overall index losing 3.4%.
The CME spot product trade drove Class III milk lower on Monday as both Cheddar Barrels and Butter sold off on Monday.
Milk prices will not be immune from the volatility created by weather and news events.
Class III milk continued to trudge higher despite a lackluster CME spot product trade on Thursday.
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